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RECEIVED 

OCT I 

CHAIRMAN 
ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD 



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ONTARIO ENERGY BOAWtt 



Ontario Hydro 

Statistical Yearbook 

Supplement to the 

Sixty-Sixth 

Annual Report 

for the year 

1973 



620 University Ave. Toronto, Canada 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

FOREWORD 1 



OPERATIONS 6 

Operation of the System 7 

System Maintenance 9 

Supply 10 



FINANCE 10 



MARKETING AND ONTARIO HYDRO CUSTOMERS 25 

Marketing 26 



PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 28 

Progress on Power Developments 28 

System Planning 30 

Transformer Stations 32 

Data Acquisition and Computer Systems 33 

New Buildings 33 

Transmission and Distribution 33 



RESEARCH 34 



STAFF 35 

Staff Development and Planning 37 

Training and Development 37 

Health and Safety 38 

Accident Prevention 38 

Employee Relations 40 

Security 40 



APPENDIX I— OPERATIONS 41 

Ontario Hydro's Power Resources 42 

Power Resources and Requirements 44 

Energy Made Available by Ontario Hydro 44 

Disposal of Energy by Ontario Hydro 45 

Analysis of Energy Sales 46 

Mileage of Transmission Lines and Circuits 48 

ii 



Contents iii 

APPENDIX II— FINANCE 49 

Schedules Supporting the Balance Sheet 50 

Allocation of the Cost of Power to Municipalities 54 

Allocation of the Cost of Power— All Customers 73 

Equities Accumulated by Municipalities through 

Debt Retirement 74 



APPENDIX III— RETAIL 82 

Miles of Line and Number of Retail Customers 85 

Electricity Sales, Revenue, and Customers 86 



SUPPLEMENT— MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 91 

Financial Statements of the Municipal Electrical Utilities 96 

Electricity Sales, Revenue, and Customers 148 



INDEX 168 



STATISTICAL YEARBOOK 

Supplement to the Sixty-Sixth Annual Report 

of 

Ontario Hydro 



FOREWORD 

Ontario Hydro is a special statutory corporation which administers an electric 
power enterprise with broad powers to produce, buy, and deliver electric power 
throughout the Province of Ontario. It was created as a body corporate under the 
name of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario by an Act of the Provin- 
cial Legislature passed in 1906. It now operates under The Power Corporation Act, 
Revised Statutes of Ontario 1970, c. 354 as amended. 

The Power Commission Amendment Act, 1973, which came into force on March 
4, 1974, changed the name of the Corporation from 'The Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario" to "Ontario Hydro", and also changed the form of the ad- 
ministration of the Corporation from a six-man commission to a board of directors 
composed of a chairman, vice-chairman, president, and not more than ten other 
directors. The Act also changed the title of the Corporation's enabling legislation 
from "The Power Commission Act" to "The Power Corporation Act". These changes 
do not affect the Corporation's rights or obligations. 

Ontario Hydro is primarily concerned with providing electric power in the 
Province, by generation or purchase, for delivery in bulk to municipalities, co- 
operatively associated with the enterprise, for resale, or to certain direct and 
generally industrial customers, including several mining companies. The remaining 
primary sales are made to retail customers either in rural areas or in certain 
communities not served by municipal electrical utilities. The Corporation makes 
secondary sales to other power systems. 

In addition to supplying power, Ontario Hydro, as required by Provincial 
legislation, exercises certain regulatory functions with respect to the electrical service 
provided by municipalities. The Corporation maintains offices in a number of 
suitably located centres within the seven regions into which the Province has been 
divided for the local administration of its operations. 

1 



2 Foreword 

Financial features 

The basic principle governing the financial operations of the Corporation is that 
service be provided at cost, which is defined in The Power Corporation Act to include 
charges for power purchased, operation, maintenance, administration, fixed charges, 
and reserve adjustments. The fixed charges comprise interest, depreciation, and a 
provision for the retirement of debt over a forty-year period. The municipalities 
operating under cost contracts with the Corporation are billed throughout the year at 
interim rates based on estimates of the cost of service. At the end of each year, when 
the actual cost of service is established, the necessary balancing adjustments are made 
in their accounts. Retail rates for the municipal utilities are maintained at levels 
calculated to produce revenue adequate to meet costs. 

The Corporation from its inception has been self-sustaining. The Province, 
however, guarantees the payment of principal and interest on all bonds and notes 
issued to the public by Ontario Hydro. 



Annual summary 

Nineteen seventy-three was a year of significant achievement and change for On- 
tario Hydro. During the year two million kilowatts of new generating capacity were 
placed in service, a record for a single year. In addition important change was 
signalled by a new structure for the organization as well as by several major in- 
novations in policy. 

It was a year in which the bleak prospect of an Energy Crisis confronted the 

STATISTICAL 

1963 



Dependable peak capacity, December thousand kw 7,756 

Primary power requirements, December thousand kw 6,797 

Annual energy generated and purchased million kwh 41,471 

Primary million kwh 37,644 

Secondary million kwh 3,827 

Annual energy sold by Ontario Hydro million kwh 38,466 

Primary revenue of Ontario Hydro (net after refunds) million $ 270 

Fixed assets at cost million $ 2,665 

Gross expenditure on fixed assets in year million $ 108 

Total assets, less accumulated depreciation million $ 2,753 

Long-term liabilities and notes payable million $ 1,959 

Transmission line circuit miles 18,642 

Primary retail distribution line circuit miles 48,993 

Average number of employees in year 14,387 

Number of associated municipal electrical utilities 355 

Ultimate customers served by Ontario Hydro and municipal utilities thousands 2,042 



Annual Summary 3 

major industrial countries. With curtailed oil exports from the Middle East, many 
parts of the world experienced severe shortages of energy. Ontario, however, suffered 
no scarcity of electricity, and the demands of all Hydro customers were met. 

Primary demand on the provincial power system rose to a record high of 13.6 
million kilowatts in December, exceeding the 1972 peak by 6.8 per cent. If the oil 
shortage had not triggered a cutback in Christmas lighting, the increase would have 
been nearly 8.4 per cent. 

Sales of secondary energy, mainly to the United States, grew by 19.2 per cent over 
the previous year. In September, the National Energy Board approved an increase in 
exports to the United States. Apart from extending assistance to hard-pressed 
American utilities, exports also provided substantial revenues for Ontario Hydro, to 
the benefit of all power customers in the Province. 

Revenues from customers, including American utilities, rose 21.8 per cent over 
1972 revenues to $855.5 million. During the year also, total assets increased 14.4 per 
cent to $6.3 billion. 

The final chapter in the Pickering nuclear success story was written on May 28 
when the fourth generating unit reached full power, only 12 days after the reactor 
went critical. The addition of this unit, along with that of three units at Nanticoke 
coal-fired station, raised Ontario Hydro's dependable peak capacity to 17.5 
million kilowatts, 21 per cent greater than that in 1972. 

The remarkable success of the CANDU reactor system and Pickering nuclear 
SUMMARY 1963-1973 



1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


7,776 


8,199 


8,464 


8,995 


10,338 


11,242 


12,670 


13,941 


14,422 


17,501 


7,210 


7,818 


8,565 


8,964 


9,994 


10,555 


11,289 


11,534 


12,739 


13,606 


44,399 


47,528 


51,753 


54,615 


58,693 


62,449 


68,074 


72,221 


79,994 


85,909 


40,632 


43,584 


48,056 


51,357 


55,789 


59,426 


64,289 


68,134 


73,497 


78,163 


3,767 


3,944 


3,697 


3,258 


2,904 


3,023 


3,785 


4,087 


6,497 


7,746 


41,115 


44,213 


47,944 


50,725 


54,816 


58,413 


63,815 


67,817 


75,036 


81,041 


289 


311 


336 


367 


415 


469 


534 


607 


665 


794 


2,762 


2,894 


3,125 


3,361 


3,669 


4,098 


4,588 


5,062 


5,604 


6,581 


110 


150 


211 


252 


329 


447 


511 


507 


562 


997 


2,824 


2,987 


3,190 


3,443 


3,749 


4,129 


4,613 


5,064 


5,525 


6,343 


1,999 


2,106 


2,237 


2,400 


2,618 


2,906 


3,276 


3,635 


4,013 


4,701 


18,826 


19,050 


19,342 


19,492 


19,908 


20,037 


21,208 


21,915 


22,325 


22,920 


49,173 


49,435 


49,863 


50,316 


50,534 


51,320 


51,777 


52,747 


53,322 


54,116 


14,531 


14,996 


15,361 


16,651 


19,550 


21,686 


22,584 


23,264 


22,582 


22,962 


357 


360 


358 


355 


354 


354 


353 


353 


353 


353 


2,096 


2,142 


2,188 


2,246 


2,292 


2,344 


2,389 


2,434 


2,480 


2,537 



4 Foreword 

plant are now receiving recognition both nationally and internationally. Behind that 
recognition lies talent, hard work, enterprise, perseverance, and risk taking. While 
the road ahead will be far from smooth, we can draw strength from the outstanding 
success in which we share with Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and reflect that of- 
ten only time can vindicate difficult and controversial decisions. This certainly applies 
to our decision to proceed with construction of the new Head Office building, a 
decision which roused such a furor during 1973. 

Looking to the future, the Commission began planning for the construction of 
four new power stations having a total capacity of 10 million kilowatts: an extension 
to Pickering, a second Bruce nuclear station, a nuclear plant at Bowmanville, and a 
plant fired by residual oil at Wesleyville. Additional units are also planned to serve 
the growing demands in northwestern Ontario. New generation capacity now under 
construction and being planned totals 18 million kilowatts. The hearings of the On- 
tario Energy Board, held for the first time in 1974, included a review of this program. 

Our heavy reliance on nuclear power for future electrical needs makes adequate 
supplies of heavy water necessary. The high level of output achieved by the Bruce 
Heavy Water Plant has been gratifying, particularly in view of the difficulties that 
have plagued heavy-water production in Canada over the last decade. This plant, 
which was commissioned and operated by Ontario Hydro for AECL, was purchased 
by Hydro in 1973. To assure adequate supplies of heavy water, this facility will be 
enlarged to four times its present size. 

The effects of decisions reached in 1973 will be felt far into the future. The cost of 
the expansion program, referred to above, exceeds $15 billion over the next decade 
and reflects unprecedented inflation. To strengthen our financial position and 
moderate heavy borrowing required, we plan to reduce our funds held as reserves and 
invest the proceeds in new plant and facilities. A second measure, which was 
developed in 1973 to be introduced in 1974 and ensuing years, is to include a system 
expansion charge in the cost of power. Both of these measures will provide funds for 
new facilities and moderate Ontario Hydro borrowings. 

Any step causing increased rates, which are under severe inflationary pressures, 
is taken reluctantly. But we are committed to keeping the financial position of Hydro 
strong in order that we may continue to provide essential electrical services. 

Another significant change during the year was the new approach to our 
marketing program. Advertising budgets were reduced, and emphasis was placed on 
the wise and efficient use of electrical energy. In this way conservation receives our in- 
creasing attention, and customers are reminded of the necessity to exercise greater 
care in husbanding all natural resources. Even a successful program of voluntary con- 
servation, however, does not necessarily mean a curtailed need to expand electrical 
capacity. As fossil-fuel reserves diminish, electricity, supplied mainly by nuclear 
stations, seems destined to provide a growing share of total energy demands. Using 
energy sensibly and without waste will help to maintain high levels of prosperity and 
the well-being of our Province. 

Ontario Hydro staff is its most important resource, and a step that may prove to 



Annual Summary 5 

be historic was taken in this respect during the year. Following the award by the ar- 
bitration board concerning the 1972 strike at Hydro, the executive of Local 1000 of 
the Canadian Union of Public Employees joined with the Commission to seek a better 
way of resolving future differences. A joint committee was established to search for a 
more compatible and productive relationship. Although it is too early to assess 
results, we are hopeful that this new approach will lead to ways and means that will 
permit Ontario Hydro to serve the people of this Province better. During the year we 
also joined with the Society of Ontario Hydro Professional Engineers and Associates 
in submitting salary differences to compulsory arbitration. We trust that this ap- 
proach will also work to the satisfaction of both parties and contribute to the high 
levels of productivity which we all seek. 

Hydro's efforts to establish new relationships with the public, particularly those 
affected by transmission-line or power projects, continued during the year with 
public-participation programs in several parts of the Province. Ontario Hydro is com- 
mitted to this open-planning process, which is unprecedented in North America. With 
experience, we hope that it will overcome lengthy delays in gaining approval for essen- 
tial facilities. While we, as a public enterprise providing an essential service, must 
seek to win the confidence of the people and enlist their support through the public- 
participation process, public and regulatory authorities should acknowledge the com- 
promises and trade-offs involved in reconciling new power facilities with environ- 
mental concerns. The interests of our power customers and environmentalists should 
not be incompatible. 

Prolonged delays are impeding the construction of essential transmission lines in 
several parts of the Province. If this situation continues, we will be in the position of 
having power plants, but no lines to deliver their output to those who need it. Delays 
can be extremely costly, and not only in terms of dollars. As mentioned earlier, the 
energy situation today emphatically confirms a trend that has been developing for 
some time: the transition to electric power. Forecasts in Canada, the United States, 
and other parts of the world show that electrical needs are increasing more rapidly 
than over-all energy needs, which indicates greater demands on electrical utilities in 
the years ahead. 

This is the last Annual Report of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of On- 
tario. By Royal Proclamation of March 4, 1974, the "Commission" ceased to exist, 
and its successor, the Corporation designated as "Ontario Hydro", came into being 
with a Board of Directors consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a president, and 
not more than ten other directors. 

During its 68-year history, the Commission established a world-wide reputation 
and contributed much to the growth and prosperity of this Province. I take this op- 
portunity of thanking those who served with me on the Commission during its final 
year: Arthur Evans, Dean Muncaster, and particularly those whose term of office has 
ended: Douglas Fleming, Louis Danis, and Roger Seguin. They have made an im- 
portant contribution to the Hydro enterprise and established a high standard for the 
new Board of Directors. 



Operations 



Demands and resources 



t-'-'.'^ : ;:-:i dependable peak capacity 

^^H primary power requirements 

k\\\\\N primary energy requirements 
(average kW per year) 



thousand kW 
1 8,000 




1963 



- 1 6,000 



1 4,000 



1 2,000 



10,000 



8,000 



- 6,000 



4,000 



- 2,000 



73 



On behalf of the Commission, I also wish to express our appreciation for the 
staunch and valued partnership over many decades of the Ontario Municipal Electric 
Association, the Association of Municipal Electrical Utilities, and the 353 
municipalities which they represent; they have a great role to play in the continuing 
development of Hydro in Ontario. 



OPERATIONS 

The primary peak demand on the Ontario Hydro system rose to an all-time high 
of 13,605,537 kW on December 17, 1973, exceeding the 1972 peak by 6.8 per cent. 
Primary energy requirements of 78,163 million kWh exceeded those for 1972 by 6.3 
per cent. 

The dependable peak capacity of Ontario Hydro's resources increased sub- 
stantially to 17,501,000 kW, 21.3 per cent greater than that in 1972. The additions of 
three units at Nanticoke GS, one nuclear unit and one combustion-turbine unit at 
Pickering GS, the return to service of DeCew Falls GS, and firm power provided 
under the amended Electricity Contract with Hydro-Quebec and the Capacity Sale 



System Operation 



Dependable peak capacity 



thousand kW 
20.000 




- 15,000 



. • .7. ° .7. • .7. ° T pu re hased 



\°r°.°'l" hydro-electric } \-l'i'°/'°J°/°X/'l 



MMMH 



1963 



10,000 



5,000 



67 



73 



agreement with Manitoba contributed primarily toward the increase in dependable 
capacity. 

Operation of the system 

Normal output at DeCew Falls was resumed on March 2, 1973 after a period 
from December 18, 1972, when output was virtually eliminated owing to curtailed 
diversion of water during relocation of a section of the Welland Ship Canal. The elec- 
trical output of Douglas Point GS varied after January 30, 1973 inversely with require- 
ments to supply steam for the Bruce Heavy Water Plant. 

During the year, 85,909 million kWh were generated and purchased. The output 
of hydro-electric stations decreased by 2 per cent from 1972 levels to 36,873 million 
kWh, principally because of restricted flows on the Nipigon River due to high levels of 
the Great Lakes and deficiencies in run-off conditions on some West System water- 
sheds early in the year. Thermal-electric generation increased by 14.4 per cent to 
36,324 million kWh. Of this, gas and coal-fired units produced 22,700 million kWh, 
12.4 per cent less than in 1972; nuclear operations provided 13,585 million kWh, an 
increase of 134 per cent over 1972; and combustion turbines supplied 39 million kWh, 



Operations 



Primary energy demand 



thousand 
average killowatts 

10,000 



b£-v-."i actual 

MIH seasonally adjusted 




J 


M M 


/ 1 ^(P^ 


^1 ^T 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



9,000 



8,000 



7,000 



6,000 



1972 



1973 



26.7 per cent less than 1972 output. Purchased energy of 12,712 million kWh was 19.6 
per cent higher than in the previous year, largely because of increased receipts from 
Quebec and Manitoba. 

Fuel usage during 1973 continued to reflect the changing pattern of thermal 
operations. Coal consumption declined 13 per cent from that of 1972 to 7,287,300 
tons, and fuel oil used in combustion-turbine units declined 11.9 per cent to 4,840,500 
gallons in 1973. The amount of natural gas used increased 9.1 per cent to 40.7 billion 
cubic feet. Uranium consumption increased by 104 per cent to a total of 291 
megagrams (321 short tons). 



Although a heavy-water supply shortage existed in Canada during 1973, the 
available supplies were successfully managed to minimize the adverse impact of the 
shortfall. The commissioning of Unit 4 at Pickering GS was accomplished with little 
delay by transfer of heavy water from Units 2 and 3 while they were undergoing their 
planned annual overhaul. The shortfall caused a temporary outage of Douglas Point 
GS and NPD GS. Sufficient heavy water was available by November to permit 
simultaneous operation of all units. 



System Maintenance 9 

Utilities in New York and Michigan received greatly increased assistance during 
the year, particularly during the long, hot summer period. By September 16, total 
exports were rapidly approaching the limits set in the export licence and sales were 
sharply restricted. On September 28, the National Energy Board approved the 
sale of an additional 1,500 million kWh to utilities in the United States, thereby 
increasing the limit for export sales during the year to 5,350 million kWh. By the 
end of the year, net export sales reached 5,339 million kWh, 43 per cent above those 
for 1972. 

During the early months of the year, stream flows were augmented by water from 
storage reservoirs. The spring freshet restored most lakes to near desired maximum 
regulated elevations by the end of May. Favourable storage conditions prevailed in 
most areas of the East System during the balance of the year. In the West System, 
above normal rainfall during August and September restored total usable storage to 
about seasonal normal for the latter part of the year. Annual mean flows for the 
Niagara, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa Rivers exceeded their ten-year moving averages by 
26.4 per cent, 31.3 per cent, and 23.2 per cent respectively, but the annual mean flow 
for the Abitibi River was 13.2 per cent below the ten-year moving average. 

System maintenance 

Until recently, large transformer stations have included in their service equip- 
ment expensive, complex, and permanently installed oil-handling systems to process 
the large quantities of insulating oil associated with the electrical apparatus. New 
stations will not be so equipped. Instead a special mobile fleet fitted with oil- 
processing equipment, including heated tankers, filters, and degassers, is now being 
assembled to provide the service when and where it is required. Significant savings 
through eliminating duplication of equipment are expected. 

New tools and techniques that permit live-line maintenance on the new 230-kV 
two-circuit pole lines and new techniques, that permit retensioning live conductors 
were applied. One technique uses two-man teams, lowered with their equipment from 
helicopters to the tower. One of the men, suspended by light-weight insulated equip- 
ment from the structure, is moved into position by his partner and changes hardware 
on the conductor barehand. This technique greatly reduces the time needed for each 
structure. 

The application of special equipment and new techniques in maintenance of the 
Bulk Power System has required the formation of a Central Line Maintenance Crew. 
After receiving training for specialized duties, this crew will undertake a thorough 
assessment of high-voltage lines to help ensure security of electric service in the 
system. Headquarters for the crew are to be located in the Central System Main- 
tenance Centre at Pickering, when the Centre is completed in 1975. 

The seeding to grasses and legumes has become standard for all areas that must 
be kept clear on both new and old rights of way. This practice has been adopted to 
establish a ground cover that can control unwanted woody-plant growth, enhance 
rights of way for wild life and bee pasture, and reduce soil erosion and the resulting 
sedimentation of streams. In co-operation with the Ontario Ministry of Natural 



10 Finance 

Resources and the Chief Apiarist of the University of Guelph, investigations con- 
tinued into methods of establishing native shrubs from seed to form ground cover. 
During the year also, about 9,000 trees ranging from 10 to 25 feet in height were plan- 
ted to provide immediate aesthetic improvement of the rights of way. In addition work 
forces of both contractors and Ontario Hydro made landscaping improvements at 
thirty-seven distributing stations, eight transformer stations, and one generating 
station. 

Supply 

Above normal stream flows, combined with a full year of successful generation of 
power at nuclear stations, made it possible to reduce coal consumption in 1973 to 
about 87 per cent of 1972 usage. Total fuel requirements during the year, however, ex- 
pressed in equivalent tons of coal, increased by 19 per cent. The sharp increase in in- 
ternational demands for fuels has confirmed the importance of Ontario Hydro con- 
tinuing its extensive review of nuclear and fossil-fuel sources to ensure that future 
requirements for those fuels will be supplied. 

During 1973, purchase orders placed for materials, equipment, and services 
totalled $396.6 million. The unfilled portion of orders placed in 1973 and earlier 
totalled $699.3 million. Prices for most products escalated very rapidly in 1973, reflec- 
ting inflationary trends and general shortages. 

When fully commissioned early in 1974, the new warehouse at the Ontario Hydro 
Service Centre will incorporate new control and handling equipment to provide faster 
and more reliable deliveries of materials at lower cost than previous methods. For 
many users in the Regions, the new systems make it possible to fill and deliver orders 
within twenty-four hours. The facility provides for growth through the 1970's and 
physical expansion to meet foreseeable needs to 1990. 

FINANCIAL REVIEW 

Revenues from the sale of primary power and energy amounted to $793 million 
and exceeded those for 1972 by 19 per cent. A combination of increases in demands 
for power and energy and increases in rates accounted for the additional revenue. In- 
creases, by class of customer, were: 

Increase in revenue 
Class of customer $ million per cent 

Municipal utilities 87 21 

Retail customers 27 18 

Direct customers 15 16 

In 1973, revenues from the sale of secondary power and energy to interconnected 
systems, primarily in the United States, amounted to $61 million, $24 million or 65 
per cent over those for 1972. 

Costs of $562 million, excluding interest, exceeded those for 1972 by $79 million, 
or 16 per cent. Operation, maintenance, and administration costs of $242 million in- 
creased by $35 million. The cost of purchased power rose by $15 million to $42 million 



Accumulated Equity 11 

in 1973 owing to an increase in the quantity of power purchased, and the nuclear 
agreement payback increased by $9 million to $17 million as a result of increased 
generation at Pickering GS. Depreciation costs increased by $16 million to $109 
million in 1973, reflecting the continued growth of fixed assets in service. 

Interest expense of $193 million exceeded that for 1972 by $28 million, primarily 
as a result of continued growth in the amount of borrowings needed to finance the 
capital construction program. 

Amounts appropriated in 1973 for debt retirement and for stabilization of rates 
and contingencies amounted to $100 million, exceeding those for 1972 by $46 million. 

Capital expenditures in 1973 were $997 million, including $253 million for the 
Bruce Heavy Water Plant. Other major expenditures were $558 million on generating 
stations and $121 million on transformer stations and transmission lines. Ex- 
penditures on major generating stations were $204 million for Bruce GS, $135 million 
for Nanticoke GS, and $106 million for Lennox GS. 

The in-service cost of fixed assets and accumulated depreciation, by major asset 
classification, at the end of 1973 were: 



Classification 

Generation facilities 

Transformation and transmission facilities . . . 

Retail distribution facilities 

Heavy water production facilities 

Administration and service facilities 

Total 

At the end of the year, current assets, other than cash and short-term in- 
vestments, were $25 million greater than in 1972. These assets included fuel supplies 
of $120 million, other inventories of $33 million, and accounts receivable of $118 
million. 

The unamortized balance of frequency standardization costs, incurred during 
the 1950's, was fully written off during 1973. 

New bond issues totalled $535 million (Canadian) during 1973. Of these, $375 
million were issued in Canadian currency, $125 million in United States currency, and 
DM 100 million ($35 million) in West German currency. 

Bonds retired in 1973 amounted to $123 million. 

In addition to new bond issues, Ontario Hydro incurred a long-term debt of $253 
million, payable to Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, when the Bruce Heavy Water 
Plant was purchased. 



In-service 


Accumulated 


cost 


depreciation 


$ million 


$ million 


3,220 


458 


1,342 


259 


517 


163 


253 


6 


167 


72 


5,499 


958 



12 



Finance 



Revenue from sales of 
primary power and energy 



illion $ 
800 



retail customers 
direct customers 

municipalities 



J 



LJ 






— 



~ 















600 



400 



200 



1963 



At the end of 1973, accumulated equity was $1,345 million, reflecting an increase 
of $93 million over the amount at December 31, 1972. This increase was mainly the 
result of appropriations of net income in the amounts of $65 million for debt 
retirement and $35 million for stabilization of rates and contingencies. 

Funds provided from operations increased by $73 million to a total of $252 
million in 1973. Financing activities provided $733 million, an increase of $386 
million over the amount in 1972. 



The major application of funds in 1973 consisted of $988 million on fixed assets 
net. This use of funds increased by $429 milMon over that in 1972. 



Statement of Operations 



13 



STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



1973 



1972 



$ '000 



$ '000 



Revenues 

Primary power and energy . . 
Secondary power and energy 



Costs 

Operation, maintenance, and administration 

Fuel used for electric generation 

Power purchased 

Nuclear agreement - payback (note 4) 

Depreciation (note 5) 

Amortization of frequency standardization . 

Income Before Interest 

Interest (note 6) 

Net Income 

Amounts Appropriated For: 

Debt retirement 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies .... 



793,654 
61,801 


664,834 

37,387 


855,455 


702,221 


242,232 

123,534 

41,746 

17,560 

108,873 

28,265 


207,714 

123,573 

26,810 

8,212 

93,488 

22,927 


562,210 


482,724 


293,245 
192,779 


219,497 
165,004 


100,466 


54,493 


65,688 

34,778 


58,177 
(3,684) 


100,466 


54,493 



See accompanying notes on pages 18 to 24 



AUDITORS' REPORT 



We have examined the statement of financial position of Ontario Hydro as at December 31. 1973 and the statements of operations, reserve 
for stabilization of rates and contingencies, equities accumulated through debt retirement appropriations, and changes in financial position for 
the year then ended. Our examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other 
supporting evidence as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of Ontario Hydro as at December 31, 1973 and the results of 
its operations and the changes in its financial position for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles 
applied, after giving retroactive effect to the changes in basis of financial statement presentation referred to in note 2 to the financial state- 
ments, on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



Toronto, Canada. 
March 18, 1974. 



CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

Chartered Accountants 



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Finance 



STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 



ASSETS 



1973 



1972 



$ '000 



Fixed Assets 

Fixed assets in service, at cost (note 4) . 
Less accumulated depreciation 

Fixed assets under construction, at cost 
Investments (note 7) 



$ '000 



5,499,616 
958,796 


4,751,604 
848,781 


4,540,820 
1,081,281 


3,902,823 
852,093 


5,622,101 


4,754,916 


230,911 


261,671 



Current Assets 

Cash and short-term investments (note 8). 

Accounts receivable 

Fuel for electric generation, at cost 

Materials and supplies, at cost 



56,234 


175,378 


17,994 


108,320 


19,778 


105,127 


32,770 


31,530 



426,776 



420,355 



Deferred Charges and Other Assets 

Frequency standardization cost, less amounts written off 
Debt discount and expense, less amounts written off . . . 

Long-term accounts receivable 

Other assets 



44,668 

8,266 

10,444 


27,665 

42,604 

9,446 

8,029 


63,378 


87,744 


6,343,166 


5,524,686 



On behalf of Ontario Hydro 



George E. Gathercole 
Chairman 



W. E. Raney 
Secretary 



Statement of Financial Position 



15 



AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1973 



LIABILITIES 



1973 



1972 



Long-term Debt 

Bonds payable (note 11) 

Plant purchase agreement (note 9) 

Less payable within one year 

Equity 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement appropriations . . . 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 

Contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance for rural 
construction 

Current Liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 

Notes payable 

Accrued interest 

Long-term debt payable within one year 

Deferred Liabilities 

Customers' deposits 

Workmen's compensation claims 



$ '000 



4,271,924 
250,135 

4,522,059 
112,886 

4,409,173 



942,586 
276,565 

126,695 

,345,846 



576,953 



$ '000 



3,862,252 



3,862,252 
59,875 

3,802,377 



876,900 
249,186 

126,695 

1,252,781 



194,648 


168,565 


178,800 


150,650 


90,619 


79,563 


112,886 


59,875 



458,653 



3,290 
7,904 


2,773 
8,102 


11,194 


10,875 


6,343,166 


5,524,686 



See accompanying notes on pages 18 to 24 



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Finance 



RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION 

for the Year Ended 





Held for the 

Benefit of All 

Customers 


Balances at beginning of year 


$ '000 
256,572 


Appropriated from net income 






47,780 


etirement appropriations 
nt held for the benefit of 
Electric Association . . . . 


(note 10) 






304,352 


Deduct: 

Refund of prior years' debt r 
Transfer of balance to amou 




all customers (note 10) 


(1,921) 


Grant to Ontario Municipal 














(1,921) 


Balances at end of year 


306,273 







See accompanying notes on pages 18 to 24 



EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 





Munici- 
palities 


Power 
District 


Totals 




1973 


1972 


Balances at beginning of year 

Add: 

Debt retirement appropriated from 

net income 


$ '000 
615,045 

43,154 

5 


$ '000 
261,855 

22,534 
(7) 


$ '000 
876,900 

6'5,688 
(2) 


$ '000 
818,725 

58,177 


Equities transferred and refunded 

through annexations 


(2) 


Balances at end of year 


658,204 


284,382 


942,586 


876,900 


See accompanying notes on pages 18 to 24 











Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 



17 



OF RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 
December 31, 1973 



Held for the Benefit of (or Recoverable from) 
Certain Groups of Customers 








Power District 


Totals 


Municipalities 


All 
Direct 

Customers 


Direct Customers 
Former Northern 
Ontario Properties 


Retail 
Customers 




1973 


1972 


$ '000 
1,144 

70 


$ '000 
(7,028) 
(3,883) 


$ '000 

8,877 

373 


$ '000 

(10,379) 

(9,562) 


$ '000 
249,186 

34,778 


$ '000 

252,940 

(3,684) 


1,214 


(10,911) 


9,250 


(19,941) 


283,964 


249,256 


70 




7,329 
1,921 




7,329 
70 


70 


70 




9,250 




7,399 


70 


1,144 


(10,911) 




(19,941) 


276,565 


249,186 



1 8 Finance 

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POSITION 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Source of Funds 

Operations 

Net income 

Depreciation (note 5) 

Amortization of frequency standardization cost, less interest on the 

account 

Other items - net 



Financing 

Proceeds from issue of bonds 
Less retirements 



Debt incurred on purchase of heavy water plant - less repayments 

Increase (decrease) in notes 

Decrease (increase) in amounts held in cash and investments .... 



Increases in accounts and interest payable, 



Application of Funds 

Expenditures on fixed assets - power supply facilities - net. . . . 
- heavy water production facilities 

Increases in fuel, materials and supplies 

Increase (decrease) in accounts receivable 

Refund of prior years' debt retirement appropriations (note 10) 
Other items - net 



1973 1972 



$ '000 $ '000 



100,466 
121,305 

27,665 
2,863 


54,493 
104,577 

21,231 

(727) 


252,299 


179,574 


528,705 
122,628 


545,596 
105,937 


406,077 

250,135 
26,383 
50,339 


439,659 

(66,556) 
(26,709) 


732,934 


346,394 


37,139 


28,835 


1,022,372 


554,803 


733,613 

254,877 

15,891 

8,494 

7,329 

2,168 


559,175 

27,232 
(30,792) 

(812) 


1,022,372 


554,803 



See accompanying notes on pages 18 to 24 



NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Change in name 

Effective March 4, 1974, legislation came into force changing the name of The Power Commission Act 
to The Power Corporation Act. Under the revised Act the official name of the corporation was 
changed from "The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario" to "Ontario Hydro". 

Changes in basis of financial statement presentation 

Significant changes in the basis of presentation have been made in the 1973 financial statements, and 
the 1972 amounts have been adjusted to a comparable basis. The principal revision has been a change 
in the statement of operations, to show net income from operations before appropriations for debt 
retirement and stabilization of rates and contingencies. These appropriations were previously shown 
as items under the "costs" heading in the statement of operations. Other changes have been made as 
follows: 



Notes to Financial Statements 19 



a) The net profit on redemption of bonds and sale of investments has been deducted from interest 
expense in the statement of operations. Previously, such profit was credited to the reserve for 
stabilization of rates and contingencies. In applying this change to 1972, interest expense and 
the amount appropriated from the reserve have been reduced by $4,925,000. 

b) Interest expense has been changed to conform to the revised presentation of the statement of 
operations. The portion of interest that in previous years had been allocated to operation, 
maintenance and administration costs has been included in interest expense. 

c) The appropriation from net income for stabilization of rates and contingencies combines the 
provision (withdrawals) and interest which were formerly shown as separate items. 

A ccounting policies 

Fixed assets 

Fixed assets include power supply facilities (generation, transformation, transmission and 
distribution); administration facilities (land, buildings, office and service equipment); and heavy 
water production facilities. The cost of additions and replacement of component units is capitalized. 
The cost of fixed assets retired, less the proceeds of sales, is charged to accumulated depreciation with 
no gain or loss being reflected in operations. Cost includes direct material and labour, and overhead 
costs such as engineering, administration and procurement that are considered applicable to the 
capital construction program. Ontario Hydro capitalizes interest on construction costs based on the 
preceding three year average of the cost of long-term funds borrowed. 

The cost of producing heavy water includes direct costs, applicable overheads, interest and 
depreciation. The total cost of heavy water produced and purchased is capitalized as part of 
generation facilities. 

Depreciation 

Since January 1, 1971 all additions to fixed assets and the net book value of thermal-electric 
generating stations in service at the end of 1970 have been depreciated using the straight-line method. 
All other assets in service at the end of 1970 continue to be depreciated on the sinking fund method. 
Depreciation rates are based on the estimated service lives for the various classes of assets. 

The estimated service lives are subject to periodic engineering review. The service lives of major asset 
classes are: 

Generation - Hydro-electric 50 to 100 years 

- Thermal-electric 30 years 

Transmission and distribution 25 to 50 years 

Heavy water production facilities 20 years 

Foreign currency translation 

The liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian currency at the rates of 
exchange at time of issue. When bonds are retired, exchange losses or gains are charged or credited to 
interest expense in the statement of operations. 

Translated at the rates of exchange which prevailed at December 31, 1973 the total liability for 
bonds payable in foreign currencies would be decreased by $10,000,000. 

Appropriations from net income 

Under the provisions of The Power Corporation Act, the price payable by customers for power is the 
cost of supplying the power. Such cost is defined in the Act to include the cost of operating and main- 
taining the system, depreciation, interest, and the amounts appropriated for debt retirement and 
stabilization of rates and contingencies. 

The debt retirement appropriation is the amount required under the Act to accumulate in 40 
years a sum equal to the debt incurred for the cost of the fixed assets in service. The appropriation for 
stabilization of rates and contingencies is the amount retained to stabilize the effect of abnormal cost 
fluctuations. 

Pension and Insurance Plan 

The Pension and Insurance Plan is a contributory, benefit-based plan covering all regular employees 
of Ontario Hydro. The most recent actuarial valuation of the plan, at December 31, 1970, indicated 
an unfunded obligation of approximately $32,000,000. The next valuation of the plan will be based on 
the position of the fund at December 31, 1973, as required by the Pension Benefits Act. 

The pension costs for each year include current service costs and the amount required to amor- 
tize the unfunded obligation over the years to 1988. 



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Nuclear agreement — Pickering units 1 and 2 

Ontario Hydro, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, and the Province of Ontario are parties to a joint 
undertaking for the construction and operation of units 1 and 2 of Pickering Nuclear Generating 
Station, with ownership of these units being vested in Ontario Hydro. Contributions to the capital cost 
by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario amount to $260,212,000 and these 
have been deducted in arriving at the value of fixed assets in service in respect of Pickering units 1 and 
2. Commencing with the in-service date of each of these units in 1971, Ontario Hydro makes payments 
for a period of up to 30 years to each of the parties in proportion to their capital contributions. These 
payments, termed "payback", are calculated in accordance with the agreement and in a broad sense 
represent the net operational advantage of having the power generated by Pickering units 1 and 2 as 
compared with coal-fired units similar to Lambton units 1 and 2. The parties' contributions to the 
capital cost and some items affecting the payback calculation have been provided for on an estimated 
basis and will be adjusted on determination of the final cost of construction of Pickering units 1 and 2. 
The effect of these adjustments will not be material. 



5. Depreciation 

Depreciation consisted of: 



1973 



Power supply facilities - charged directly 
to operations 

Administration and service facilities - charged 
indirectly to operations 

Total charged to operations 

Heavy water production facilities - charged 
to cost of heavy water 



1972 



$ '000 


$ '000 


108,873 


93,488 


12,432 


11,089 


121,305 


104,577 


6,325 




127,630 


104,577 



6. Interest 



Interest costs consisted of: 



Interest on bonds, notes and plant purchase agreement . , 

Less: 

Interest capitalized 

Interest on heavy water production facilities - charged 

to cost of heavy water 

Interest earned on investments 

Net profit on redemption of bonds and 

sale of investments 

Interest on unamortized frequency 

standardization cost 



1973 

$ '000 
298,441 

64,420 



1972 

$ '000 
249,744 

50,970 



10,020 




28,403 


27,149 


2,219 


4,925 


600 


1,696 


105,662 


84,740 


192,779 


165,004 



Notes to Financial Statements 21 



7. Investments 

Investments with maturities beyond one year are recorded at amortized cost and consisted of: 

1973 1972 



Government and government-guaranteed bonds. 
Corporate bonds and notes 



$ '000 


$ '000 


207,915 


247,676 


22,996 


13,995 



230,911 261,671 



Market value of these investments at December 31, 1973 was $209,375,000. 

8. Cash and short-term investments 

Cash and short-term investments, with short-term investments recorded at cost (approximately 
market value), consisted of: 

1973 1972 



Cash 

Notes of, and interest bearing deposits with, 



$ '000 


$ '000 


2,799 
64,420 


5,803 
50,970 


123,475 
19,853 
10,107 


126,886 
27,689 
15,000 


156,234 


175,378 



banks and trust companies 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds. 
Corporate bonds and notes 



9. Plant purchase agreement 

The Bruce Heavy Water Plant was purchased from Atomic Energy of Canada Limited on June 28, 
1973 for approximately $253 million. Ontario Hydro will pay Atomic Energy of Canada Limited equal 
monthly instalments of blended principal and interest to December 28, 1992, with a provisional in- 
terest rate of 7,795%. Principal repayments over the next five years will total $35.6 million. The mon- 
thly payments and the interest rate will be adjusted on determination of the final purchase price. The 
adjustments are not expected to be material. 

10. Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 

During the period from 1935 to 1949, appropriations for debt retirement charged to the direct in- 
dustrial customers of the former Northern Ontario Properties were made at rates higher than those 
for customers in the former Southern Ontario System. On amalgamation of the two systems in 1962, 
the excess appropriation was determined and segregated in the Reserve as held for the benefit of thse 
customers of the former Northern Ontario Properties. In 1973 a refund of $7,329,000 was made to 
those direct customers still in existence. The remaining balance of $1,921,000 was transferred to the 
section of the Reserve held for the benefit of all customers. 

11. Schedule of Bonds Payable at December 31 , 1973 

Summary of bonds payable as at December 31, 1973 CAN $ '000 

Canadian issues 2,778,399 

United States issues 1,295,209 

Eurodollar issue 35,295 

West German issues 137,109 

Swiss issue 25,912 



4,271,924 



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1 1 . Schedule of Bonds Payable fcont.) 
Payable in Canadian Currency (1 ) 









Yearot 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 


Callable 




Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1973 










% 


CAN.S '000 


Mar. 1974 






1969 


7.50 


19.268 


July 1974 


1972 




1956 


4.00 


44,864 


Oct. 1974 


1972 




1956 


4.50 


23,132 


Dec. 1974 






1969 


8.50 


19,553 


Aug. 1975 


1972 




1957 


4.75 


30,546 


Jan. 1976 


1974 




1956 


4.00 


43,347 


Sept. 1976 




(2) 


1970 


8.50 


75.000 


Oct. 1976 






1969 


8.25 


14,050 


Nov. 1976 


1974 




1957 


5.00 


34,624 


Jan. 1977 


1975 




1967 


6.25 


14.860 


Mar. 1977 


1975 




1955 


3.50 


38.113 


Apr. 1977 


1974 




1957 


5.00 


73,875 


Feb. 1978 






1972 


6.25 


30.000 


Mar. 1978 


1976 




1958 


4.50 


32,627 


Aug. 1978 






1973 


8.25 


30,000 


Oct. 1978 


1976 




1958 


5.00 


45,663 


Nov. 1978 






1973 


8.25 


25,000 


May 1979 


1974 




1954 


3.50 


34,492 


July 1979 






1959 


5.75 


28,812 


Oct. 1979 


1974 




1954 


3.50 


49,352 


Feb. 1980 


1978 




I960 


6.00 


26,551 


July 1980 


1978 




1960 


5.50 


35,529 


Feb. 1981 


1979 




1961 


5.50 


39,355 


June 1982 


1979 




1962 


5.00 


32,069 


Mar. 1983 


1980 




1963 


5.25 


39,422 


June 1983 


1979 




1963 


5.00 


51,452 


Aug. 1983 






1973 


8.375 


45,000 


Nov. 1983 


1980 




1961 


5.25 


39,889 


Feb. 1984 


1981 




1964 


5.25 


50,128 


Oct. 1984 


1980 




1964 


5.25 


53,580 


Feb. 1985 


1981 




1965 


5.25 


67,846 


July 1987 


1985 




1967 


6.25 


24,017 


Jan. 1988 


1984 




1966 


5.75 


48,142 


Apr. 1988 


1984 




1966 


6.00 


46,852 


July 1988 


1984 




1966 


6.00 


44,328 


Jan. 1989 


1985 




1967 


6.25 


38,110 


Sept. 1989 


1985 




1967 


6.50 


27,451 


Mar. 1990 


1986 




1967 


6.00 


45,222 


Apr. 1992 


1988 




1968 


7.00 


39,920 


Aug. 1992 


1988 




1968 


7.00 


43,550 


Sept. 1992 


1988 




1968 


7.00 


56,444 


Mar. 1994 


1989 




1969 


7.75 


27,867 


Apr. 1994 


1990 




1970 


9.00 


47,541 


May 1994 


1989 




1969 


7.75 


31,375 


Oct. 1994 


1989 




1969 


8.25 


23,661 


Dec. 1994 


1989 




1969 


8.50 


21,632 


Feb. 1995 


1990 


(3) 


1970 


9.00 


50,000 


June 1995 


1990 




1970 


9.00 


58,220 


Nov. 1995 


1990 




1970 


8.75 


72,300 


Feb. 1996 


1991 




1971 


7.50 


89,579 


Apr. 1996 


1991 




1971 


7.625 


55,155 


July 1996 


1991 




1971 


8.25 


71.496 


Sept. 1996 


1991 




1971 


7.875 


87.473 


Feb. 1997 


1992 




1972 


7.375 


68,675 


Apr. 1997 


1992 




1972 


7.625 


98,190 


Sept. 1997 


1992 




1972 


8.25 


98,200 


Feb. 1998 


1993 




1973 


7.75 


100,000 


May 1998 


1993 




1973 


8.00 


125.000 


Nov. 1998 


1993 




1973 


8.50 


50,000 



Total payable in Canadian currency 



2,778,399 



Notes to Financial Statements 



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11. Schedule of Bonds Payable fcont.) 

Payable in United States Currency (1) 
Held by Province of Ontario 









Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 


Callable 




Issue 


Rate 


December 31. 1973 










% 


U.S.S '000 


CAN.S '000 


Feb. 1975 


1958 




1953 


3.25 


37,626 


36,837 


Nov. 1978 


1958 


(4) 


1953 


3.625 


46.097 


45,016 


Mar. 1980 


1959 


(4) 


1954 


3.125 


28.91 1 


28,214 


May 1981 


1961 


(4) 


1956 


3.875 


40,736 


40,000 


Feb. 1984 


1969 


(4) 


1959 


4.75 


68,213 


66,138 


Sept. 1990 


1975 


(4) 


1965 


4.75 


47,701 


51,338 


Apr. 19% 


1981 


(4) 


1966 


5.50 


32,311 


34,835 


Apr. 1997 


1982 


(4) 


1967 


5.625 


59,249 


64,119 


Dec. 1997 


1982 


(4) 


1967 


6.875 


70,955 


76,721 


Aug. 1998 


1983 


(4) 


1968 


7.125 


70,980 


76,170 


Feb. 1999 


1984 


(4) 


1969 


7.375 


73,980 


79,482 


Sept. 1999 


1984 


(4) 


1969 


8.375 


97,385 


104,963 


Feb. 2000 


1985 


(4) 


1970 


9.25 


99,020 


106,199 


Aug. 2000 


1985 


(4) 


1970 


9.25 


74,015 


75,497 


May 2001 


1986 


(4) 


1971 


7.85 


89,650 


90,525 


May 2002 


1987 


(4) 


1972 


7.70 


99,145 


98,154 


Dec. 2002 


1987 


(4) 


1972 


7.30 


96,300 


95,963 


Oct. 2003 


1988 

s currency 


(4) 


1973 


7.90 


125,000 


125,038 


Total payable in United State 


. . 1,257,274 


1,295,209 



Eurodollar- payable in United States Currency (1) 



Maturity 


Callable 




Year of 
Issue 


Interest 
Rate 


Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1973 


Jan. 1977-1986 


1977 


(4,5) 


1971 


% 
8.25 


U.S.S '000 
35,000 


35,295 







Payable in West German Currency (1) 









Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 


Callable 




Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1973 










% 


DM '000 




Aug. 1975-1984 


1975 


(44) 


1969 


7.00 


150,000 


40,401 


Dec. 1977-1986 


1977 


(44) 


1971 


7.50 


100,000 


30,445 


June 1980-1987 


1980 


(5,6) 


1972 


6.50 


100,000 


30,783 


Mar. 1981-1988 


1981 


(5,6) 


1973 


6.50 


100,000 


35,480 



Total payable in West German currency 450,000 



137,109 



Payable in Swiss Currency (1) 



Maturity 


Callable 




Year of 
Issue 


Interest 
Rate 


Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1973 


Oct. 1983-1987 


1983 


(7) 


1972 


% 
5.50 


Sw. Fr *000 
100,000 


25,912 







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11. Schedule of Bonds Payable (contj 



(1) 



Bonds payable in United States currency, held by the Province of Ontario, have terms identical with issues sold in the United 

States by the Province on behalf of Ontario Hydro. All other bonds payable are guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province 

of Ontario. 

Exchangeable at bondholder's option for an equal amount of bonds due September 1996 at 8.25% interest. 

Subject to maturity on February 1975 at the bondholder's option. 

Callable at various declining premiums. 

Payable in equal annual installments. 

Callable for 3 years at 101% and thereafter at par. 

Redeemable 1983-1986, by purchase in the market, of up to 10,000,000 Sw Fr annually, at prices not exceeding par. 



Bonds payable maturity schedule as at December 31, 1973 



1974 
1975 
1976 

1977 
1978 



CAN $ '000 

106,817 
70,960 
171,524 
137,462 
218,919 



1974 
1979 
1984 
1989 
1994 
1999 



1978 
1983 



1993 
1998 
2003 



705,682 
577,084 
483,093 
302,035 
1,428,209 
775,821 



4,271,924 



Marketing and Ontario Hydro Customers 25 



MARKETING AND ONTARIO HYDRO CUSTOMERS 

The number of customers receiving electrical service from Ontario Hydro and the 
associated municipal electrical utilities increased by 2.25 per cent over that for the 
previous year to 2,536,908. The municipal electrical utilities distributed power, sup- 
plied to them under cost contracts for resale, to 1,841,958 customers. Ontario Hydro 
provided service to the balance, consisting of 694,852 retail customers, for the most 
part located outside the areas served by the municipal utilities, and 98 direct in- 
dustrial customers supplied under special contracts. 

Ultimate customers served 

Retail customers of 353 municipal utilities 
Retail customers of Ontario Hydro 

— In 13 communities where Ontario Hydro owns 

and operates the distribution facilities 

— In rural areas (including 3 utilities) 



27,333 
667,519 


1,841,958 


694,852 


694,852 
98 




2,536,908 



Direct customers (including 1 1 utilities) 
Total 

A redesigned computerized billing system was developed to provide maximum 
flexibility, more accurate statistics earlier, and ease in making corrections and other 
changes. The system assists Area Offices to improve service to customers by providing 
instant access to data through an "On-Line-Enquiry" feature. The installation of the 
new system began late in 1973 and its extension to all Area Offices is to be completed 
early in 1974. 

The extension of service to remote communities in northern Ontario continued in 
co-operation with the various parties and agencies of governments concerned. For the 
45-mile extension to Savant Lake, both local industry and the Provincial Government 
joined in financial arrangements to permit completion of the line. At Fort Albany and 
the neighbouring community of Kashechewan, arrangements were completed to sup- 
ply electric service to some 150 customers with power purchased from a local plant. 
Estimates were also prepared for supplying power to other remote communities, and 
proposals for financing a line to supply power to Moosonee were under review at the 
end of the year. 

In the Eastern Region, a new cement plant that is expected to produce 1 ,000,000 
tons per year came into service. This plant replaced an old plant that had about 40 per 
cent of the capacity of the new plant and was taken out of service because of ob- 
solescence and environmental concerns. The new plant satisfies environmental 
requirements and will ultimately have a load of 25,000 kW, more than double that of 
the former plant. 

To meet the increased demand for pulp and paper products in 1973, mills rever- 
ted to operation seven days per week. As a result, this industry required a supply of 
energy 12 per cent greater than in 1972. One pulp and paper company added a new 



26 



Marketing 



Energy made available 




stud mill to its other operations and increased its requirements for power by 4,000 
kW. 

The Electrical Inspection Department completed a very active year in ad- 
ministering Provincial regulations for public safety in respect of both electrical in- 
stallations and new electrical equipment coming on the market. Inspection of new in- 
stallations continued at a high level owing to the sustained high volume of new con- 
struction. In administering regulations stipulating that only approved electrical ap- 
pliances may be offered for sale to the public, nineteen convictions for contravening 
the Electrical Safety Code were obtained from charges laid against retailers and 
distributors. 



Marketing 

Across North America electrical utilities have altered their marketing programs 
radically in the past few years. Ontario Hydro recognized the growing awareness, on 
the part of both the public and industry, of the need to use energy resources in a 
responsible way and modified its marketing program accordingly. For residential 
customers this is reflected in part by the distribution of a pamphlet entitled The Wise 



Marketing and Ontario Hydro Customers 



27 



Disposal of energy 




million kWh 
1 00,000 



80,000 



60,000 



40,000 



20.000 



Use of Electricity. The pamphlet offers simple, practical, and common-sense 
suggestions on the best use of electricity in the home and was made available through 
fall fairs, media advertising, and direct mail. 

In co-operation with industry, marketing programs promoted standards for the 
use and development of equipment applications and for inspection to ensure the ef- 
ficient performance of equipment and systems for electric water-heating and space 
conditioning. The application of "Medallion" standards for insulating and wiring 
new electrically heated homes, under the program sponsored by the Ontario Elec- 
trical League, was continued with increased stress on customer satisfaction from op- 
timum efficiency in the home's electrical system. Homes constructed to meet these 
standards incorporate high quality of wiring, water-heating and space-conditioning 
systems, with particular emphasis on thermal insulation for the dwelling. 

In 1973 a co-ordinated plan was undertaken in co-operation with two major 
manufacturers and their dealers for a responsible development of the residential elec- 
tric heat pump to improve performance, reliability, and service for this equipment. 
The equipment, utilizing atmospheric heat, provides both space-heating and cooling 
requirements from the same system. The heat pump has the unique feature of 



28 Progress on Power Developments 

capability to reduce energy consumption substantially in comparison with other 
systems, and this offers a potential to reduce future energy requirements for space 
conditioning in Ontario. 

To assist consumers in reaching informed decisions in selecting electrical ap- 
plications and using electricity wisely, a series of information booklets were prepared 
and distributed during the year. These provided information on such topics as the im- 
portance of insulating a home, Medallion home standards, and the Cascade water- 
heating service. 

During the period 1970-1972, the Area Boards of Education in Metropolitan 
Toronto built 32 schools in accordance with standards established through the "Study 
of Educational Facilities" conducted by the Metropolitan Toronto School Boards. 
The adoption of these standards sought to "provide better value for expenditure in 
terms of function, initial cost, environment, and maintenance" and required extensive 
use of electricity. Based upon operating experience to date, the design has been ap- 
plied in a second phase in which five more schools have been planned. 

During 1973 significant progress was made in the development of improved 
farm-wiring practices and systems. In co-operation with fire underwriters, manu- 
facturers, inspection authorities, and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, 
Ontario Hydro produced recommendations on protection of farm buildings and their 
electrical installations from damage by rodents. A test installation was completed and 
has brought about a continuing program of development and improvement. Findings 
from this study have been published in a new booklet Guidelines to Farm Wiring. 

A new development in space heating for industry has been applied in a saw mill 
at Nairn Centre near Sudbury. Standard reinforcing wire mesh in the floor has been 
connected to a low-voltage supply using 300 kW of "off-peak" power. The application 
proved so successful during the first year of operation that the owners decided to use 
the same system in a new planing mill that has been almost completed. 

PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 

The principal design and construction activities in 1973 occurred in the fields of 
new generating plant, transformer stations, and administration and service buildings. 
The design and construction of new extra-high-voltage transmission facilities awaited 
public approval of routes after environmental hearings and public participation in 
planning for them had been concluded. 

Progress on power developments 

Design and construction for Bruce "A" GS progressed on schedule. The first of 
four 800,000-kW units at this nuclear-fuelled station has a scheduled in-service date 
in 1976 with the other units being placed in service at yearly intervals thereafter. 

During 1973 the powerhouse electrical distribution system was energized and the 
230-kV station switch gear ready to be energized early in 1974. The contract for 



Planning, Engineering, and Construction 29 

site preparation and erection of the 500-kV switchyard was awarded in 1973. The 
water-treatment plant was almost complete, and erection of the condenser for 
Unit 2 and the standby generator had begun. Design of the steam-supply system for 
heavy-water plants had also begun. 

The fourth unit at Pickering GS was declared in-service on June 17, 1973, three 
and one-half months earlier than the date scheduled in 1967 and in the record time of 
only thirty-two days after the reactor went critical. This marks the end of the highly 
successful first stage of the project, which required almost nine years. Minor 
modifications to the units and general clean-up work continued during the balance of 
the year. The heavy-water upgrading plant at this station was declared in-service on 
February 1, 1973. 

In February work began on the conceptual design and preliminary engineering 
for a second-stage installation, comprising a further four identical units. Results of 
both a random sample of citizens in the area and a meeting held to discuss the project 
indicated that public reaction was generally favourable to the project. 

At the Pickering site the area at the northwest corner of the property was 
developed as a park and wildlife sanctuary. The Metropolitan Toronto and Region 
Conservation Authority assumed administration of these in September 1973. 

Rock groins extending 1,000 feet into Lake Ontario were constructed along both 
sides of the water intake channel. These groins reduce the possibility of weeds and silt 
entering the cooling and service-water systems and divert the discharge plume away 
from the intake. 

Construction of the Central System Maintenance Centre at the Pickering GS site 
began in 1973. The facility has been designed, when completed in 1975, to provide 
maintenance services for major electrical and mechanical equipment. 

At Nanticoke GS, Units 2 and 3 were transferred to Operations. Although Unit 1 
was commissioned in July, a subsequent core failure made it necessary to defer, until 
early 1974, the transfer of this unit. The progress of Units 4 to 8 inclusive continued 
on schedule. The powerhouse has been completely enclosed and heated. The station 
computer and operations sequence analysers have been fully commissioned for Units 

1 to 4 and function on the operating units. 

At Lennox GS excavation and substructures were almost complete at the end of 
the year. Structural steel for Units 1 and 2 had been erected, and the erection of struc- 
tural steel for Units 3 and 4 had begun. The work on the boiler and the turbine- 
generator for Unit 2 were proceeding on schedule, and erection of the Unit 1 boiler 
began in October. Construction activities on other steam-generating equipment, elec- 
trical installations, and auxiliary equipment for Units 1 and 2 were proceeding 
satisfactorily. Construction of the 653-foot stack and the erection of the three main 
oil-storage tanks had been completed by the year end. In addition the condenser- 
water intake had been constructed, and the station forebay was flooded. All activities 
were proceeding adequately towards meeting the in-service date of April 1975 for Unit 

2 and the corresponding date of February 1977 for Unit 4. 



30 



The Power Development Program 



POWER DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

as at December 31, 1973 



Development 


Units 


In-Service 
Schedule 


Installed Capacity 


Number 


Type 


In 
Service 


Under 
Construction 


Nanticoke - Lake Erie, near 

Port Dover 


8 

4 

4 
4 

2 


TC 

TC 

TN 

TCT 

H 


1972-73-73- 
74-75.76-76-77 

1975-76-76-77 

1976-77-78-79 

1974-1976 

1976 


kW 
1,500,000 


kW 
2,500,000 


Lennox - Lake Ontario, 

22 miles west of Kingston 

Bruce - Lake Huron, near 

Kincardine 


2,295,000 
3,200,000 


Bruce Auxiliary Units 

Arnprior-Madawaska River .... 


59,200 
78,000 



TN Thermal-electric nuclear 

TC Thermal-electric conventional 

TCT Thermal-electric combustion-turbine 

H Hydro-electric 

At Lakeview GS both the dry and wet ash-transport systems for Units 1 and 2 
were improved, a new chlorine building was constructed, and work began on ex- 
tending the precipitators for each of Units 3 and 4. In addition various improvements 
were made in the instrument and control systems. 

At Lambton GS various outstanding items were completed, and improvements 
made to other items for the boiler and turbine systems after the initial in-service 
dates. In addition a 600-MVA autotransformer was placed in service, and the switch- 
yard was modified to provide for the 345-kV power supply to Michigan. 

At Arnprior GS access roads, field offices, and construction plant were 
established for the project, and the diversion structure and channel were completed. 
Geotechnical field investigations were completed and the soil conditions found in the 
lower river made it necessary to modify the design of the tailrace. This change caused 
the reduction of installed capacity from 87,000 kW to 78,000 k W at this plant. 



System planning 

The requirement that Ontario Hydro supply the electric needs of the Province 
imposes a responsibility for planning additional new generating capacity to meet 
demands which continue to grow from year to year. Although the annual rate of 
growth varies, the long-term pattern remains at a compound rate of about 7 per cent 
per annum. To meet this growth, the development program already committed for 
construction includes new generating capacity which will come into service over the 
years up to 1979. Further new capacity must be committed to come into service 
during the years 1977 to 1982. 



Planning, Engineering, and Construction 



31 



EXPENDITURES ON FIXED ASSETS 1964-1973 



Year 


Genera- 
tion 


Transfor- 
mation 


Trans- 
mission 


Retail 
Distribu- 
tion 


Heavy 
Water 
Plant 


Other 


Total 


1964 

1965 

1966 


$*000 
55,908 
90,420 
131,900 
154,889 
192,772 
273,082 
318,236 
336,124 
404,826 
558,227 


$'000 

16,775 

18,734 

22,593 

30,128 

38,270 

62,507 

68,682 

57,965 

54,348 

53,684 


$'000 

16,250 

19,727 

21,607 

26,774 

53,439 

60,128 

65,141 

53,452 

49,362 

56,709 


$'000 

18,623 

18,066 

20,256 

22,280 

23,276 

28,567 

30,410 

36,169 

33,062 

47,033 


$'000 

|254,877 


$'000 

*2,565 

*3,004 

14,908 

18,075 

21,583 

22,411 

28,577 

23,541 

20,550 

26,060 


$'000 
110,121 
149,951 
211,264 


1967 

1968 


252,146 
329,340 


1969 

1970 


446,695 
511,046 


1971 

1972 

1973 


507,251 
562,148 
996,590 


Total 


2,516,384 


423,686 


422,589 


277,742 


254,877 


181,274 


4,076,552 



* These amounts do not include investment in tools and equipment now shown as fixed assets but in- 
cluded with current assets in earlier years. 

■f This amount includes $253 million payable to Atomic Energy of Canada Limited for Bruce Heavy 
Water Plant A. 



The plans for further new generating capacity to be added between 1977 and 
1982 are being developed under the general approval given by the Government of 
Ontario in June 1973. These plans provide for new capacity in both the East and 
West Systems, and Ontario Hydro must obtain for each addition the concurrence of 
Government Agencies concerned with quality of the environment and with safety. 
Public participation in planning for the development of this capacity and for the 
acquisition of new generating sites is also required. 

For the East System, proposed plans include three large nuclear plants, which 
will have a total capacity of about 8,000,000 kW, and one large oil-fuelled plant of 
2,000,000 kW. 



For the West System, proposed plans include two 150,000-kW fossil-fuelled units 
at the existing thermal station at Thunder Bay, followed by four 200,000-kW units at 
a new site. The latter requires acquisition of a site after involving public participation 
and obtaining the necessary Government approvals so that the first unit of the station 
may be brought into service in 1980 or later. It is possible that further purchases of 
firm power from Manitoba may be made, and if this happens, it may affect the time 
of the requirements for the above new capacity. 

The plans for large nuclear-electric stations require an assured supply of heavy 
water for their operation. To achieve this, Ontario Hydro has exercised its options to 
purchase the Bruce Heavy Water Plant, which has a nominal capacity of 800 tons per 
year, has begun the construction of a second plant of the same capacity, and has 
initiated planning for plants having a nominal capacity of 1,600 tons per year. 



32 Transformer Stations 

Early in 1973 two of the three interconnections with the Michigan Power Pool 
were converted from 1 15-kV to 230-kV operation, providing a combined nominal in- 
terconnection capacity of about 1,700,000 kW with Michigan. These increases have 
significantly improved the security of the Ontario Hydro system against major 
outages, permitted better frequency regulation, and effected economies in system 
operation through the exchange of power and energy. The changes are made in these 
and other interconnections after joint studies have been conducted along with the 
utilities with which Ontario Hydro is interconnected. 

Transformer stations 

Following the purchase of the first high-voltage switchgear using sulphur 
hexafluoride as an insulating medium for the 1 15-kV Toronto-Central TS, plans were 
considered for using this compact equipment at higher voltages. Tenders have been 
received for a major 230-kV station. Specifications have been issued and tenders 
called for similar equipment for two 500-kV stations. 

The development of 230-kV bulk-oil circuit-breakers which can interrupt fault 
currents of 63,000 amperes symmetrical has made it possible to eliminate the use of 
air-blast circuit-breakers at many locations. Air-pressure systems are therefore 
eliminated with considerable savings in installation costs as a result. 

The need to build new 500-kV and 230-kV stations having short-circuit levels of 
100,000 amperes symmetrical has required further development in several equipment 
areas. These include short-circuit testing of disconnect switches and grounding 
switches, and the use of extra-high cantilever strength station post insulators. 

In 1973 one 550-MVA, 230-kV, three-phase transformer was ordered as a spare 
main transformer for Lambton GS, Pickering GS, Nanticoke GS, and Lennox GS. 
Current plans, based upon technical, economic, and system-security considerations, 
include the purchase of one additional 340-MVA, 230-kV, three-phase transformer as 
a spare main transformer for Lakeview GS and Douglas Point GS. 

New designs were developed to increase the capacity and reduce the environ- 
mental impact of transformer stations. These designs called for reduced height of 
station structures to provide a lower profile, the use of tubing in station structures, 
and improved flexibility to suit a contoured site. 

During 1973 five new transformer stations were placed in service on the 230-kV 
network, and capacity was increased at five existing 230-kV stations. On the 1 15-kV 
network two new stations were added and capacity increased at ten stations. At the 
end of the year construction was proceeding on eight new transformer stations, five on 
the 230-kV network and three on the 1 15-kV network. In addition increases in 
capacity or changes in the supply voltage were being made at three 500-kV stations, 
two 230-kV stations, and three 1 15-kV stations. 

Work is proceeding to increase the capacity and improve the reliability of On- 
tario Hydro interconnections with the Detroit Edison Company. One tie-line at J. 



Planning, Engineering, and Construction 33 

Clark Keith GS has been changed from 115-kV to 230-kV operation, and a new 
regulating transformer has been ordered for this tie-line. At Lambton GS a new 230- 
kV — 345-kV transformer has been installed as a spare transformer on another inter- 
connection which is to be converted to operate at 345 kV. 



Data acquisition and computer system 

Work continued on this system to collect, process, and display data from one 
hundred and thirty generating and transformer stations at the System Control Centre 
at Richview. The multi-processing computer has been installed in the building 
addition at Richview, and remote terminal units are being installed in the field. 
The project will be completed early in 1975 at an estimated cost of $37,000,000. 



New buildings 

At the new Head Office Building, located at the corner of College Street and 
University Avenue, construction has progressed to complete concrete work to the 
second floor above grade. Completion of the building is anticipated in September 
1975. 

At the Ontario Hydro Service Centre in western Metropolitan Toronto, two ser- 
vice buildings were completed during the year. The Transport and Work Equipment 
Administration Building was completed in April to house 75 employees of that 
department in two storeys, providing 12,000 feet of completely air-conditioned space. 
In August the new Central Stores Warehouse was completed at the same site. 

The new warehouse provides 140,000 square feet of floor space, or 1.8 million 
cubic feet, of which 80,000 cubic feet are humidity-controlled storage space, and has 
an office area of 7,000 square feet. The building is equipped with pallet racks pro- 
viding 18,000 pallet openings to a maximum height of about 36 feet. The building is 
constructed of prefabricated concrete columns, beams, roof, and walls, and is elec- 
trically heated by underfloor electric mats using off-peak power. Three levels of 
sprinklers together with smoke curtains provide the maximum in fire protection. 

Twenty houses from the abandoned Cameron Falls GS Colony have been moved 
to the town of Nipigon, about 1 1 miles away, and located on individual foundations on 
serviced town lots. Each of these houses was sold to employee occupants who now oc- 
cupy them in the Town. The remaining buildings of the colony are being sold for 
removal from the site. 



Transmission and distribution 

A second 500-kV transmission line between Essa TS and Kleinburg TS was com- 
pleted and placed in service operating at 230 kV until the 500-kV line from Parry 
Sound TS to Essa TS is completed early in 1974. These lines will permit the transfer of 
increased quantities of power between southern Ontario and the Northeastern 
Region. 



34 Research 

In September 1973 Mr. Bruce Howlett, consultant to the Solandt Commission, 
recommended a new route for the proposed high-voltage transmission lines between 
Middleport TS and Oshawa area TS. Part of the recommended route would be 
located on the proposed new parkway belt around Metropolitan Toronto. The Solandt 
Commission conducted public hearings during October, November, and December 

1973 to review this route. The final decision on the route depends upon the Solandt 
Commission recommendation and Government approval. If the route is to be on the 
new parkway belt, it will depend on the approved location of the belt, as determined 
by a separate inquiry. 

An open-planning approach involving public participation has been applied in 
studies for selection of three other 500-kV lines. Of these studies, consultants have un- 
dertaken the environmental analysis for two and Ontario Hy4ro staff the third. The 
consultants on the line from Lennox GS to Oshawa area TS have completed their 
study, on which a report to the Solandt Commission is expected early in 1974, and a 
decision on the final route of the line by August 1974. Other consultants are con- 
ducting a similar study, to be completed in 1974, for the transmission line from Nan- 
ticoke GS to the London area. 

An Ontario Hydro team expects to complete its environmental study, involving 
public participation, for the 500-kV right of way from Bruce GS to the Georgetown 
area early in 1974, and plans to submit its report on the recommended route in May 

1974 to the Provincial Government. The Government will arrange for public hearings, 
if considered necessary, and authorize construction on the route finally approved. 



RESEARCH 

The year 1973 marked the completion of 60 years of research and development 
activities in Ontario Hydro. From a small beginning in 1913, the Research Division 
staff has grown to number 375 persons engaged in a wide range of studies related to 
the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of the power system. The ac- 
complishments of the Division have provided significant benefits not only to Ontario 
Hydro but also to utilities throughout the world. 

The first phase of one research program on the feasibility of ducted air-medium 
underground transmission (DAMUT) systems has outlined three possible designs to 
develop. Full-scale tests have been undertaken to establish cooling requirements. In 
another study, tests have begun on underground cable insulated by an extruded 
plastic. Also, in co-operation with British Columbia Hydro and a Canadian manu- 
facturer, a testing program has been undertaken into using compressed sulphur hexa- 
fluoride gas to insulate cables having ratings up to 500 kV. 

The development of improved insulators and of devices to control galloping of 
overhead conductors has made it possible to reduce both the size of towers and the 
space needed for transmission-line right of way. Further research into the complex 
and obscure mechanics of conductor galloping is being conducted using both wind- 
tunnel tests and mathematical models. 



Staff 35 

For lightning protection at low-profile 230-kV stations, improved apparatus was 
developed and research began into short-circuit forces on strain bus and rigid bus. 
New bus designs for future 500-kV stations were tested using a newly installed surge 
generator at Kleinburg outdoor test station. Research in areas of concern to the 
municipal electrical utilities was expanded to include corrosion of submersible trans- 
formers and the performance of outdoor lightning arresters. 

Operations research support was provided to various parts of the Ontario Hydro 
organization. Important areas of support included computer design of transmission 
lines, forecasts of material requirements, optimum levels of fossil-fuel reserves, cost- 
estimating processes for construction work, and material-supply systems. 

Research into a unique ion-exchange precipitation system for removing 
phosphate from boiler blowdown water revealed high efficiency in phosphate 
removal, leaving the water suitable for reuse. This favourable result led to plans for 
adopting the system at Bruce GS. 

Continued and extensive monitoring in the vicinity of thermal-generating 
stations has disclosed no ill effects from warm-water discharges and stack emissions 
on flora and fauna. In related studies the characteristics of flue-gas plumes and con- 
centrations of sulphur dioxide at ground level have been investigated under various 
atmospheric conditions. An analysis of coal, coal ash, and flue gas revealed forty trace 
elements, of which only four could be measured in flue gas. Levels of the four trace 
elements in the flue gas were well below permissible limits. 

In preparation for the sale of fly ash as a pozzolan, studies were made in several 
areas of fly-ash-concrete technology, including mix design, tests of fly-ash quality, 
and the effects of blending on ash uniformity. Production patterns in the concrete in- 
dustry were surveyed and the effect of improved fineness on the commercial worth of 
a pozzolan was evaluated. 

Acoustic emission monitoring offers a potential non-destructive technique for 
detecting cracks and other defects in fabricated components. Using this technique 
cracks are detected as they develop in the parent material. As a crack grows stress 
waves are released and can be sensed by transducers, amplified, and recorded. The 
technique may be useful during welding and for on-line surveillance of critical equip- 
ment at nuclear stations. 

Tests on nuclear-fuel sheaths have indicated that changes in methods of 
fabrication may increase the ductility of the material and reduce its susceptibility to 
stress-corrosion cracking. The effects of irradiation will be determined in further 
studies. 



STAFF 

In April 1973 the Arbitration Board, which was appointed following the 1972 
strike by the 12,000-member Local 1000, Canadian Union of Public Employees, 
issued its report. The report awarded salary increases of 8 per cent, 7 per cent, and 7 



36 Labour Relations 

per cent, effective from April 1, 1972, April 1, 1973, and April 1, 1974 respectively, 
and provided that wages and salaries might be further adjusted in accordance with 
changes in the Consumer Price Index during the second and third years of the con- 
tract. 

To deal with the problem of proposed variations between wage adjustments gran- 
ted to operators and those to trades and weekly-salaried employees, the Board ap- 
pointed a consultant having power to arbitrate changes. Failure of the Board to 
protect employees against reprisals related to the strike led both parties to court ac- 
tions. The court actions were later set aside when both parties, acting on an invitation 
from the Chairman of Ontario Hydro, agreed to join in "a search for a better way" to 
resolve future differences. 

During the year three collective agreements were renewed with the Canadian 
Union of Operating Engineers representing about 450 employees. Terms and con- 
ditions of these agreements were similar to those established by arbitration for em- 
ployees represented by Local 1000, CUPE. 

The Labour Relations Board dismissed applications by the Oil, Chemical and 
Atomic Workers Union and by the Canadian Union of Operating Engineers to 
represent employees at three thermal-electric generating stations, where Local 1000 of 
the Canadian Union of Public Employees represents the employees, on the grounds 
that the applicants were proposing inappropriate bargaining units. 

The Electrical Power Systems Construction Association and Canadian represen- 
tatives of the international craft unions reached tentative agreement on the master 
portion of a multi-trade, multi-party collective agreement. Negotiations with inter- 
national and local trade-union representatives achieved tentative agreement, subject 
to ratification by union members, on the appendices to cover 13 separate trades. 
Union representatives have presented these appendices to the union membership for 
ratification. 

Construction labour agreements were renewed for three-year terms from 1972 to 
1975 with the Hotel and Restaurant Employees' and Bartenders' International Union 
and the Office and Professional Employees International Union. At the end of 1973 
negotiations were in progress for renewal of a collective agreement with Union Local 
1788 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers whose agreement had 
expired in July 1973. 

Ontario Hydro labour relations staff continues to assist electrical utilities in their 
negotiations for collective agreements. Co-ordination in bargaining and research on 
items of common interest has brought about improvement in the written contracts 
and greater uniformity of conditions among the electrical utilities. As unions prepare 
for changes under regional government, services by the Ministry of Labour are 
required increasingly to assist in settlements and in certification. Ninety of the 353 
municipal electrical utilities now bargain with certified Locals of either the Canadian 
Union of Public Employees or the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. A 
third union, the International Union of Brewery, Flour, Cereal, Soft Drink and 



Staff 37 

Distillery Workers, has been certified to represent a unit of seven employees of a 
public utility which provides both water and electric services. 

Three municipal electrical utilities experienced strikes which lasted more than 
three months before reaching agreement on annual wage increases of about 10 per 
cent and 7.5 per cent in two-year contracts. 

Staff development and planning 

During the year approximately 7,200 employees were engaged to replace former 
employees and to staff new activities. Of these, 149 filled management and 
professional positions, 1,154 clercial, technical, and trades positions, and the remain- 
der were temporary and casual employees. In 1973 approximately 1,200 students had 
work-term assignments as summer employees or as part of a co-operative university- 
industry educational program. 

The average number of employees on the Ontario Hydro staff was 22,962, con- 
sisting of 1 7,284 regular employees and 5,678 temporary employees. 

New techniques for forecasting employment needs and training schedules are 
being developed and used. 

Training and development 

To supplement on-the-job training, formal training programs are designed to 
complement it by seeking to meet specific needs of units of the organization. In 1973, 
900 employees in the professional, supervisory, and management staff along with 100 
employees of the municipal electrical utilities took part in formal programs. 

The Management Identification and Development program continued in 1973 
with 60 participants. Since 1970, 294 persons have been through the program. A 
second program for identifying and developing less senior staff was designed in 1973 
and was being tested at the year end before the program begins early in 1974. 

At the Conference and Development Centre, near Orangeville, about 5,500 per- 
sons received training. This number included 2,200 trades and technical employees 
of Ontario Hydro and 260 employees of electrical utilities. The remainder of 
those receiving training were involved in various courses, seminars, conferences, and 
other short-term activities. All these activities required operation of the Centre at 
its optimum level of 85 per cent throughout the year. 

Personnel research staff continued investigation into a wide range of related 
areas. Continuing research included investigations into the effects of office land- 
scaping, surveys regarding attitudes and opinions of both management and per- 
formance-paid employees in relation to work satisfaction and the systems of job and 
performance rating. New research began on a number of new projects including 
human factors for the optimum design of control rooms, methods for selecting 
Nuclear and Systems Maintenance personnel, and an evaluation of training for 
general foremen. 



38 Health and Safety 

Health and safety 

The prevention of illness and injury, both occupational and other, continues to 
be the main objective in order that the staff may remain healthy and productive. A 
program of preplacement examinations or health questionnaires and some periodic 
health checks of regular employees is employed to ensure the fitness of employees. 
Nurses at the large thermal-generating stations performed over one thousand health 
checks on employees there, and medical assessments were made for employees having 
work problems related to illness or injury. The co-operation of both management and 
personnel assisted greatly in rehabilitating sick or injured employees. 

In the safety program increased emphasis was given to protection against such 
industrial hazards as noise, dust and toxic gas inhalation, and work in confined 
spaces. Protection against the highly toxic hydrogen sulphide at Bruce Heavy Water 
Plant was stressed with start-up of the plant. In co-operation with the Public 
Relations and Consumer Service Divisions, the Health and Safety Division assumed 
responsibility for Public Electrical Safety. 

Employees received a wide variety of safety training. About 2,000 employees 
received on-the-job first aid training to qualify for St. John Ambulance certificates, 
and sixteen new instructors were qualified for a total of 51 in Ontario Hydro. About 
3,000 employees received fire training, which assumed great importance with the 
operation of larger thermal plants and the introduction of new materials and fuels. 

Continued effort was directed towards reduction of radiation dose both to the 
public and to Ontario Hydro workers in the operation of nuclear-electric stations. An 
important contribution has been made to the design of Bruce GS to ensure lower 
radiation exposure to employees there. Environmental monitoring programs were 
continued. A document, establishing permissible releases from nuclear plants, has 
been prepared and is likely to become a standard reference in the Canadian nuclear 
program. 

The Health Physics staff made important investigations into the behaviour and 
characteristics of airborne radioiodine at Pickering GS and developed equipment to 
monitor this emission. Further investigations were carried out into the development of 
improved protective clothing and communications for work at nuclear stations. The 
computer-based records program for personnel subject to radiation exposure has 
operated successfully and can be expanded to meet the needs for future increases in 
the number of personnel in the Ontario Hydro nuclear program. 



Accident prevention 

The frequency rate of disabling injuries continued to improve, decreasing to 7 
per million man-hours worked in 1973 from 9 in 1972. This rate represents an even 
greater improvement over the average of 10.4 for the preceding five years. The severity 
rate, which is based upon a statistical allocation of a stipulated number of lost days to 
specified types of accident, rose from 700 in 1972 to 1,266 in 1973 owing to greater 
severity of accidents experienced in 1973. This is reflected in the number of fatal ac- 



Staff 39 



PENSION AND INSURANCE FUND 
STATEMENT OF ASSETS 
as at December 31, 1973 



1973 1972 



Investments 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds 

Corporate bonds 

Corporate shares 

Total bonds and shares 

First mortgages 

Term deposits and notes with banks 

Total investments 

Cash 

Accrued interest 

Receivable from Ontario Hydro. 

Receivable from employees 



Notes 



$ '000 


$ '000 


146,832 


140,427 


56,849 


44,104 


119,232 


113,242 


322,913 


297,773 


100,756 


86.538 


25,357 


— 


449,026 


384,311 


74 


135 


4,948 


4,871 


32 


9,982 


— 


609 


454,080 


399,908 



The most recent actuarial valuation of the plan, at December 31, 1970, indicated an unfunded 
obligation of approximately $32,000,000. The next valuation of the plan will be based on the position of 
the fund at December 31,1 973, as required by the Pension Benefits Act. The pension costs for each year 
include current service costs and the amount required to amortize the unfunded obligation over the 
years to 1988. 

In the above statement of assets, bonds, deposits and notes are included at amortized cost, shares at 
cost, and first mortgages at balance of principal outstanding. The market value of total bonds and 
shares at December 31, 1973 was $313,000,000. 



AUDITOR S REPORT 

We have examined the statement of assets of The Pension and Insurance Fund of Ontario Hydro as at December 31, 1973. Our 
examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying statement presents fairly the assets of the fund as at December 31,1 973. 
Toronto. Canada CLARKSON. GORDON & CO. 

March 18. 1974 Chartered Accountants 



40 Employee Relations 

cidents, which increased from 2 in 1972 to 7 in 1973, and the number of accidents 
resulting in permanent partial disability, which rose to 8 in 1973 from 3 in 1972. The 
frequency of motor vehicle accidents declined in 1973 to 8 per million miles driven 
from 10 in the previous year. 



Employee relations 

The protection of an employee's pension entitlement is recognized as an im- 
portant feature of the Ontario Hydro Pension Plan. This protection was further in- 
creased during 1973 by reciprocal agreements with the Government of Canada and 
the Ontario Government. The new agreements provide that an employee who trans- 
fers employment from Ontario Hydro to an agency covered by the Superannuation 
Plan of either the Federal or the Ontario Government, or to Ontario Hydro from one 
of them, may transfer pension entitlement to the new employer. 

At the end of 1973 approved changes in pension regulations awaited an Order-in- 
Council before amounts being paid to Ontario Hydro pensioners were improved. Pen- 
sion increases planned were 2 per cent for those who retired during 1971 and 4 per 
cent for those who retired earlier. 

At the close of the year a proposal to introduce staggered work hours for em- 
ployees at Head Office in Toronto was being considered by both the Ontario Hydro 
Employees' Union and the Society of Ontario Hydro Professional Engineers and 
Associates. The proposal aims to offset anticipated congestion, when all Head Office 
employees are housed in the new Head Office in 1975, through applying a variable 
form of staggered hours. 



Security 

The physical security of essential stations is necessary to sustain the safe unin- 
terrupted flow of electrical energy to customers. Security measures have therefore 
been directed primarily toward the protection of essential facilities. Responsibility for 
security measures assumes major importance with the increasing development of 
large installations to meet growing demands. 

The effective administration of security measures is evident from reduced van- 
dalism, theft, and similar unlawful actions experienced by Ontario Hydro. Despite an 
increase in the general incidence of crime, the reported losses attributed to criminal 
actions were reduced from $137,000 in 1971 to $1 13,075 in 1973. 

The Security Staff receive continuing training in both practical and theoretical 
aspects of the work. As a service-oriented protection unit, personnel seek to keep 
abreast of both changes in social values and developments in the law. In addition the 
training program has developed an awareness of the immediate need of co-operation 
of fellow employees. This co-operation has assisted well qualified and equipped field 
personnel to protect Hydro facilities. 



APPENDIX I — OPERATIONS 



The table of power resources and requirements on pages 44 and 45 gives the 
primary peak requirements for the month of December and the dependable peak 
capacity of resources at that time. A separate table on pages 42 and 43 gives the 
December dependable peak capacity and the maximum output of major Ontario 
Hydro generating stations and of the major sources of purchased power. Any com- 
parison of total requirements and resources should make allowance for that part of 
total requirements that may be interrupted over the peak period under contract terms 
accepted by the customer. In 1973 this was approximately 353,400 kilowatts. The 
margin of reserve capacity shown should be viewed with this in mind, as well as the 
conservative basis on which capacities are calculated. See the note on dependable 
peak pacacity on page 43. 

Statistics on peak loads and capacities are shown in kilowatts. They may be con- 
verted to horsepower by multiplying by 1.34, one horsepower being equivalent to ap- 
proximately 0.746 kilowatts. 

The Analysis of Energy Sales on pages 46 and 47 shows how the kilowatt-hours 
made available by Ontario Hydro and the associated municipal utilities were 
distributed to the various classes of ultimate customers or to interconnected systems. 
The table on the disposal of energy by Ontario Hydro reconciles these figures with 
system primary energy requirements and the total energy generated and purchased by 
Ontario Hydro. 

41 



42 



Appendix I — Operations 



ONTARIO HYDRO'S POWER RESOURCES 



1973 



River 

Niagara 



Welland Canal 



St Lawrence 
Ottawa 



Madawaska 



Mississagi 



Mattagar 



Montreal 
Various 



Nipigon 



English 



Kaministikwia 

Winnipeg 
Aguasabon 



Hydro-Electric Generating Stations 

tfSir Adam Beck - Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck - Niagara No. 2 

Pumping - Generating Station 

^Ontario Power 

■{•Toronto Power 

DeCew Falls No. I 

DeCew Falls No. 2 

Adjustment to capacity of Niagara River 
Stations, an allowance tor use of water 
diverted to Ontario Hydro from the plant of 
another producer 

Robert H. Saunders - St. Lawrence 

Des Joachims 

Otto Holden 

Chenaux 

Chats Falls (Ontario half) 

Mountain Chute 

Barrett Chute 

Stewartville 

tf Abitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

Aubrey Falls 

George W. Rayner 

Wells 

Red Rock Falls 

Kipling 

Little Long 

Harmon 

Lower Notch 

Other hydro-electric generating stations 

^Adjustment for diversity 

Sub total East System Component 

Pine Portage 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 

Caribou Falls 

Manitou Falls 

Silver Falls 

Whitedog Falls 

Aguasabon 

Other hydro-electric generating stations 

^Adjustment for diversity 

Sub total West System Component 

Total hydro-electric generation 



Dependable 
Capacity* 



420.000 

1.292.000 

108.000 



31,000 
124.000 



833,000 

367,000 
193,000 
108,000 
73,000 

164,000 
1 72.000 
168,000 

226.000 
1 77.000 

158,000 
46.000 

229.000 
40.000 

142.000 
125.000 
1 25,000 

252,000 

137,200 

79.800 



114,800 
75,100 
62,400 

73,600 
59,800 

45,700 

51,300 
46,100 

29,400 

20,900 



579,100 



6,294,100 



Maximum 
Output* 



369,500 

1 .299,000 

97,000 

99,500 

25,000 

27,750 
134.500 



330,000 
212.500 
124,000 
81,500 

144,000 
1 78,000 
158,000 

173,000 
154.500 

156.000 
46.500 

218,000 
40,270 

142,500 
132.500 
140.000 

250.000 

138.220 



102.000 
67,500 
54,000 

76.000 
72,600 

48,000 

58,000 
44,000 



Annual Energy 
Output (Net)* 



kWh 



2.867.827.660 

8.998.546.900 

133.716.300 

793.005,000 

153.560,475 

111,629.840 
909.120.200 



7,433.707.000 

2.433.930.000 

1,256,703.900 

815.797,000 

570,743,000 

393,033,400 
388,611.300 
407,719.000 

1.305,658.100 
696,249,800 

205,790,200 

18,661,700 

430,930.800 

220.646,300 

746,193.400 
675.138,400 
542,232,100 

484.978,200 



33.599,444,455 



561.388,000 
382,537.000 
299,941.000 

522.552.000 
378.663,500 

204,814,000 

345,069,000 
308.524.000 



3,273.163,500 



36,872,607,955 



Power Resources 



43 



ONTARIO HYDRO'S POWER RESOURCES — 1973 



Location Thermal-Electric Generating Stations 

Courtright Lambton 

Windsor J. Clarke Keith 

Nanticoke Nanticoke 

Toronto Lakeview 

Richard L. Hearn 

Pickering Pickering (Nuclear) 

Rolphton Nuclear Power Demonstration 

Various Combustion turbines 

Sub total East System Component 

Thunder Bay Thunder Bay 

Various Combustion turbines and diesel-electric 

Sub total West System Component 

Total thermal-electric generation 

Sources of Purchased Power 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited - Douglas Point 

Detroit Edison Company 

tfNiagara Mohawk Power Corporation 

•{"Canadian Niagara Power Company 

Power Authority of the State of New York 

ttQuebec Hydro-Electric Commission 

Dow Chemical 

tfAbitibi Paper Company Limited 

Great Lakes Power Corporation Limited 

Miscellaneous (relatively small suppliers) 

Sub total East System Component 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board 

Ontario Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company Limited 

Sub total West System component 

Total generated 

Total purchased 

Total generated and purchased. 



Dependable 
Capacity* 



2.100,000 

264,000 

1,470,000 

2.300,000 
1,200,000 

2,056,000 

22,000 

366,000 



9,778,000 



100,000 
29,000 



129,000 



9,907,000 



206,000 



987,000 



5,700 
1,200 



1.199.900 



100,000 



16,201,100 
1,299,900 



17,501,000 



Maximum 
Output* 



2.020,000 

251,000 

1 .450,000 

1,710.000 
1.134,000 

2.065,000 

22,750 

48,900 



100.000 



205.000 
315,000 
489,000 
35,000 
143,000 
1,136,000 

32,900 
67,240 
39.295 



136.000 
11.000 



Annual Energy 
Output (Net)* 



8.275.017,000 

306,088,900 

3.346.304.000 

6,221.610.000 
4,225.503,700 

13,486,183,000 

98,507,000 

35,956,410 



35,995,170,010 



325,062,200 
3.471,000 



328,533,200 



36,323,703,210 



671,284,464 
513,710,000 
930.059,000 
109.552,000 
147,279,000 
,855,930,000 
161,824,562 

38.278,920 
424,013,545 

24,037,480 



11,875,968,971 



786,839,000 
49,772,000 



836,611,200 



73,196,311,165 
12,712,580,171 



85,908,891,336 



* The power capacity and output reported in this table are the 20-minute peaks for the month of December. Since the various maximum 
outputs are not coincident in time, their sum is not the peak load of the system. 

The annual energy output is the net output of a generating station or the total received from a supplier. 

ft 25 and 60 Hertz. 

t 25 Hertz 

4 Adjustment to reconcile the sum of the plant capacities with the calculated capacity of the East System and West System components, 
each considered as a whole. 



44 



Appendix I — Operations 



POWER RESOURCES AND REQUIREMENTS 



Dependable Peak Capacity* 
Generated Hydro-Electric . . 
Thermal-Electric 



Total Generated 

Purchased 

Total Generated and Purchased 

Reserve or Deficiency 

"Primary Power Requirements 

Ratio of Reserve or Deficiency to Requirements % . 



Total System 



1972 



kW 



6,117,100 
7,855,500 



13,972,600 
449,600 



14,422,200 

1,683,224 

12,738,976 

13.2 



1973 



kW 



6,294,100 
9,907,000 



16,201,100 
1 ,299,900 



17,501,000 

3,895,463 

13,605,537 

28.6 



Net Increase 



177,000 2.9 

2,051,500 26.1 



2,228,500 15.9 
850,300 189.1 



3,078,800 21.3 

2,212,239 131.4 

866,561 6.8 



ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY ONTARIO HYDRO 





1972 


1973 


Increase 

or 
Decrease 


East System Component 

Generated (Net) 


kWh 

33,295,380,225 
31,581,108,535 


68,487,165,371 
6,496,464,789 


kV 

33.599,444,455 
35,995,170,010 


/h 

73,048,281,312 
7,745,432,124 


Per Cent 
.9 




14.0 








64,876,488,760 

10,145,418,920 

(38,277,520) 


69,594,614,465 

11,875,968,971 

(676,870,000) 


7.3 




17.1 








6.7 




19.2 






Total 


74,983,630,160 


74,983,630,160 


80,793,713,436 


80,793,713,436 


7.7 






West System Component 

Generated (Net) 


4,321,845,230 
167,501,100 


5,009,745,378 
215,000 


3,273,163,500 
328,533,200 


5,115,152,900 
25,000 


-24.3 




96.1 








4,489,346,330 

482,336,528 

38,277,520 


3,601,696,700 
836,611,200 
676,870.000 


-19.8 




73.4 








2.1 




-88.4 






Total 


5,009,960,378 


5,009,960,378 


5,115,177,900 


5,115,177,900 


2.1 






Total System 

Generated (Net) 


37,617,225,455 
31,748.609,635 


73,496,910,749 
6,496,679,789 


36,872,607,955 
36,323,703,210 


78,163,434,212 

7,745,457,124 


-2.0 




14.4 








69,365,835,090 
10,627,755,448 


73,196,311,165 
12,712,580,171 


5.5 




19.6 




6.3 




19.2 






Total 


79,993,590,538 


79,993,590,538 


85,908,891,336 


85,908,891,336 


7.4 







NOTE: Thermal-electric generation includes conventional, nuclear, and combustion-turbine units in the East System component, and con- 
ventional, combustion-turbine, and diesel-electric units in the West System component. 



Power Resources and Requirements 



45 



— DECEMBER 1972 AND 1973 



East System Component 


West System Component 


1972 


1973 


1972 


1973 


kW 


kW 


kW 


kW 


5.538.000 


5.715,000 


579.100 


579,100 


7.726.500 


9,778,000 


129.000 


129,000 


13.264.500 


15,493.000 


708,100 


708,100 


399.600 


1,199,900 


50.000 


100,000 


13,664.100 


16,692,900 


758,100 


808,100 


1.659.124 


3,834,663 


4.700 


55,500 


12,004.976 


12,858,237 


753,400 


752,600 


13.8 


29.8 


.6 


7.4 



The capacities shown are those available for a twenty-minute period at the time of the system primary peak demand in December; the 
capacity of the purchased power sources being based on the terms of the purchase contract. Requirements shown are the maximum peak on 
the East System component, that on the West System component, and the coincident peak for the Total System. The coincident peak, 
however, is not the sum of the system component maximum requirements, which occur at different times. Some part of the East System 
requirements is subject to interruption over the peak period in accordance with contract terms accepted by customers, the total load subject 
to such interruptions at the time of the 1973 peak being 353,400 kW. 



DISPOSAL OF ENERGY BY ONTARIO HYDRO 

1973 



Sales to Municipalities . . . 

Sales to Direct Customers . 

— Utilities for Resale . . 



Sub-total 

Retail Sales 

In Towns and Villages. . 

In Rural Areas 

— Utilities for Resale 



Sub-total 



Total Ontario Hydro Sales 

Distribution Losses and Unaccounted for . 
Transmission Losses and Unaccounted for 



Total Primary and Secondary Energy Supplied 



Primary 
kWh 

49,340,06 l,580t 
11,984,355,485 
2,090.357,669t 


Secondary 
kWh 


Total 
kWh 

49,340,061,580 


235,346,124 
7,510,108,000 


12,219,701,609 
9,600,465,669 


63,414.774,734 


7,745,454,124 


71,160,228,858 


338,852,100 




338,852,100 


9,514,371,500 




9,514,371,500 


27,152,600t 




27,152,600 






9,880,376,200 




9,880,376,200 








73,295,150,934 
676,462,963 


7,745,454,124 


81,040,605,058 
676,462,963 


4,191,820,315* 


3,000* 


4,191,823,315 


78,163,434,212 


7,745,457,124 


85,908,891,336 



* The allocation of total transmission losses to primary and secondary loads is estimated. 



t The three quantities of primary power thus indicated, amounting in total to 51,457,571,839 kWh, were delivered to municipal and other 
utilities for resale. 



46 



Appendix I — Operations 



ANALYSIS OF 
by Ontario Hydro and Associated 



Sales by Associated 

Municipal 

Electrical Utilities 

Listed in 

Statement A 



Ultimate Use: 
Residential Service 

Continous Occupancy. . 

Intermittent Occupancy 



Total sales residential-type service 

General Service "J" 

— Primary 

— Secondary 



Farm 



Street Lighting 



Unclassified as to Ultimate Use: 
To other utilities — primary . . 
— secondary. 



Total sales 



Adjustments: 

Distribution losses and unaccounted for — M.E.U. 



Generated by M.E.U. listed in Statement A 



Purchased by M.E.U. listed in Statement A from sources 
other than the Ontario Hydro 



Ontario Hydro sales to municipalities, to direct, and to 
retail customers 



Distribution losses and unaccounted for — Ontario Hydro. . 
Transmission losses and unaccounted for — Ontario Hydro. 
Generated and purchased by the Ontario Hydro 



kWh % 



14,263,163,142 29.8 



14,263,163,142 29.8 



33,058,492,115 69.1 



507,749,701 1.1 



47,829,404,958 100.0 



1,767,880,912 
(207,768,890) 

(49,455,400) 



49,340,061,580 



* Includes those direct customers who were formerly classed as Retail Special with loads under 5,000 kW 
t General Service class includes both Commercial and Industrial Services 



Analysis of Energy Sales 



47 



ENERGY SALES 

Municipal Electrical Utilities during 1973 



Sales by The Ontario Hydro 




To Retail Customers 


To Direct 
Customers 




In Certain Towns 

and Villages Served 

by Ontario Hydro 

Distribution Facilities 


In Rural 

Areas * 


Total 


kWh % 
185.805.700 54.8 


kWh % 

3.463,326.700 36.3 
320,235.700 3.4 


kWh % 


kWh % 
17,912,295,542 22.5 






320,235.700 .4 








185,805.700 54.8 


3,783,562.400 39.7 
3.901.635.200 40.9 




18,232,531.242 22.9 


148,355.900 43.8 


11,984,355,485 54.9 
235,346,124 1.1 


49,092.838,700 61.7 
235,346,124 .3 




1,789.115.400 18.7 
40,058.500 .4 

27,152,600 .3 


1,789,115,400 2.3 


4.690.500 1.4 




552,498,701 .7 




2,090,357,669 9.6 
7,510,108,000 34.4 


2,117,510,269 2.7 




7,510,108,000 9.4 








338.852.100 100.0 


9,541,524,100 100.0 


21,820,167,278 100.0 


79,529,948,436 100.0 








1,767,880,912 








(207,768,890) 








(49,455,400) 










338,852.100 
17.733.484 


9,541,524.100 
628,594,479 


21,820,167,278 
30,135,000 


81,040,605,058 

676,462,963 

4,191,823,315 








85,908.891,336 











48 



Appendix I — Operations 



TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 

Classified by Voltages and Types of Supporting Structures 





Line Route Miles 


Circuit Miles 




At Dec. 31, 
1973 


At Dec. 31, 
1972 


At Dec. 31, 
1973 


At Dec. 31, 
1972 


500,000-volt aluminum or steel tower . 
345,000-volt steel tower 


435 

3 

4,458 

845 

2 

2,234 

2,884 

52 

166 

8 

7,536 


435 

3 

4,440 

621 

2 

2,237 

2,830 

48 

162 

8 

7,308 


435 

3 

6,508 

846 

4 

3,737 

2,896 

96 

166 

8 

8,221 


435 
3 


230,000-volt aluminum or steel tower . 

230,000-volt wood pole 

230,000-volt underground 

1 15,000-volt steel tower 


6,468 

621 

4 

3,716 


1 15,000-volt wood pole 

1 15,000-volt underground 

69,000- volt wood pole 

60,000-volt steel tower or wood pole. . 

44,000-volt and less, wood and steel. . 


2,843 

90 

162 

8 

7,975 


Total 


18,623 


18,094 


22,920 


22,325 



APPENDIX II — FINANCE 



Table of Financial Statements 

Statement of Operations 13 

Statement of Financial Position 14 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates 

and Contingencies 16 

Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement 

Appropriations 16 

Statement of Changes in Financial Position 18 

Notes to Financial Statements 18 

Fixed Assets in Service and under Construction 50 

Accumulated Depreciation 52 

Frequency Standardization Account 53 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power to 

Municipalities 54 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power - 

All Customers 73 

Equities Accumulated by Municipalities through 

Debt Retirement Appropriations 74 



49 



50 



Appendix II — Finance 



FIXED 

for the year ended 





In 




Balance 

December 31, 

1972 


Changes 




Placed 

In 
Service 


Power Supply Facilities 
Generating stations 

Thermal-electric — fossil 

— nuclear 


$'000 

957,641 
320,049 


$'000 

178,121 
167,364 






Total thermal-electric 


1,277,690 
1,584,296 


345,485 


Hydro-electric 


8,572 






Total generating stations 


2,861,986 

587,400 

629,656 

38,017 

476,185 


354,057 


Transformer stations 


58,430 


Transmission lines 


34,612 


Communication equipment 


1,176 


Retail distribution facilities 


47,730 






Total power supply facilities 


4,593,244 


496,005 






Heavy Water Plant and Facilities 




253,400 


Administration and Service Facilities 


51,470 
106,890 


5,086 


Office and service equipment 


12,912 






Total administration and service 

facilities 


158,360 


17,998 






Total Fixed Assets 


4,751,604 


767,403 



Fixed Assets 



51 



ASSETS 
December 31, 1973 



Service 


Under 

Construction 

December 31, 

1973 


Total 

December 31, 

1973 




during Year 






Retired 

or 

Reclassified 


Balance 

December 31, 

1973 


Expenditures 

DURING 

1973 


$'000 

2,041 
2,633 


$'000 

1,137,803 
490,046 


$'000 

424,642 
495,884 


$'000 

1,562,445 
985,930 


$'000 

254,737 
288,407 


4,674 
(1,146) 


1,627,849 
1,591,722 


920,526 
19,019 


2,548,375 
1,610,741 


543,144 
15,083 


3,528 
(4,851) 
(1,784) 
(304) 
(6,575) 


3,219,571 

640,979 

662,484 

38,889 

517,340 


939,545 

45,371 

68,141 

14,047 

6,219 


4,159,116 

686,350 

730,625 

52,936 

523,559 


558,227 
53,684 
56,709 
11,040 
47,033 


(9,986) 


5,079,263 


1,073,323 


6,152,586 


726,693 




253,400 


1,477 


254,877 


254,877 


(106) 
(9,299) 


56,450 
110,503 


6,481 


62,931 
110,503 


2,108 
12,912 


(9,405) 


166,953 


6,481 


173,434 


15,020 


(19,391) 


5,499,616 


1,081,281 


6,580,897 


996,590 



52 



Appendix II — Finance 



ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 

for the year ended December 31, 1973 





Balance 

December 31, 

1972 


Provision During Year 
Direct Indirect 


Retired 
Reclassified 
and Adjusted 


Balance 

December 31, 

1973 


POWER SUPPLY FACILITIES 
Generating stations 

Thermal-electric 

Hydro-electric 


$'000 

170,246 
225,650 


$'000 

46,855 
16,186 


$'000 
12 


$'000 

(283) 
(964) 


$'000 

216 830 
240,872 


Total generating stations 


395,896 
122.584 
101,530 

7,742 
153,758 


63,041 
17,712 
10,123 
1,493 
16,504 


12 

43 


(1,247) 
(3,046) 
1,401 
(321) 
(6,815) 


457,702 

137,293 

113,054 

8 914 


Transmission lines 




163 447 






Total power supply facilities 


781.510 


108.873 


55 


(10,028) 


880,410 


HEAVY WATER PLANT AND FACILITIES 






6,325 




6,325 


ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS 
AND SERVICE EQUIPMENT 

Land and buildings 

Office and service equipment 


8,068 
59,203 




1,174 
11,203 


(15) 
(7,572) 


9,227 
62,834 


Total administrative buildings 

and service equipment 


67,271 




12,377 


(7,587) 


72,061 


TOTAL ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 


848,781 


108,873 


18,757 


(17,615) 


958,796 



Frequency Standardization 



53 



FREQUENCY STANDARDIZATION ACCOUNT 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Balance at beginning of year 

Add interest for year 

Deduct amortization charged to operations: 
Assessments to customers of the former Southern Ontario System 
as follows: 
$3.00 per kilowatt of costing load to all customers in areas which were 

converted to 60 Hertz frequency 

$.50 per kilowatt of costing load to all 60 Hertz customers in 

other areas 

An amount equal to the net revenue on the export of 60 Hertz secondary 
energy from the former Southern Ontario System (excluding amounts 
from interconnection arrangements where it is understood that the 
capacity and/or energy can be repurchased) 

Balance at end of year 




19,284 
1,173 

20,457 
2,470 



1972 

$ '000 

48,896 

1,6% 

50,592 



22,927 



27,665 



54 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Notel) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig . . . 

Ajax 

Alexandria . . . 
Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 
Amherstburg. . 
AncasterTwp.. 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore. . . . 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay . . . 
Bath 

Beachburg . . . 
Beachville 
Beamsville. . . . 
Beaverton 
Beeton 

Belle River . . . 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 
Bloomfield . . . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon. . . 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville . . 



kW 
7,413.5 

604.7 

17,475.4 

5,241.6 

1,358.3 

4,810.8 
3,643.4 
430.0 
7,938.9 
3,434.6 

206.8 

394.3 

9,559.1 

2,295.9 

1,011.8 

4,137.4 

13,835.1 

205.7 

6,987.2 

1,792.1 

1,316.9 

2,621.9 

50,323.9 

1,234.5 

886.2 

586.5 
3,588.5 
3,436.3 
2,456.2 
1,121.4 

2,704.0 

44,283.4 

1,403.4 

3,224.5 

769.0 

1,327.6 

2,003.2 

4,112.2 

853.5 

14,848.6 



kWh'000 

41,458.9 

3,365.6 

103,239.3 

30,417.1 

7,486.7 

28.788.9 
18,846.6 
2,335.2 
49,957.7 
18,819.1 

1,080.2 

2,219.6 

60,555.7 

13,138.3 

5,638.8 

25,261.6 
80,498.9 

1,021.3 
38,683.2 

9,505.9 

6,316.0 

13,925.5 

302,475.0 

6,679.3 

4,573.5 

3,237.0 
25,814.7 
19,690.6 
13,886.8 

5,872.8 

15,693.2 
273,651.3 

7,574.2 
18,428.0 
4,215.1 

6,941.6 
11,659.6 
23,143.8 

4,738.8 
84,072.9 



$ 
317,940 
25,934 

749,463 
224,795 
58,253 

206,320 
156,254 
18,441 
340,472 
147,299 

8,870 

16,910 

409,958 

98,463 

43,393 

177,439 

593,341 

8,821 

299,656 

76,857 

56,477 
112,446 
2,158,221 
52,944 
38,006 

25,154 
153,898 
147,372 
105,337 

48,093 

115,966 
1,899,166 

60,187 
138,288 

32,981 

56,937 
85,911 

176,359 
36,605 

636,806 



$ 
22.255 

1,779 
52,460 
15,602 

3,996 

14,442 
10,937 
1,265 
23,832 
10.311 



1.160 
28,291 
6,893 

2,977 

12,172 

41,533 

605 

20,783 

5,297 

3,907 
7,745 
151,070 
3,632 
2,607 

1,760 
10,772 
10,316 

7,367 
3,310 

8,004 
132,937 
4.183 
9,658 
2,308 

3.906 
5,893 
12,345 

2,511 

44,574 



$ 
2,305 



8,479 

5,177 



1,639 



788 

1,503 

25,789 

3,857 

15,770 

784 
12,184 
5,234 

2,934 
8,018 

4,705 
3,378 



3,569 
7,215 



1,939 
1,368 



5,060 
7,635 



471 



11,014 
1,419 



1,202 
2,927 



2,153 



2,749 
3,487 



3,304 



1,124 
315 



997 
364 



772 
291 



1,103 

73 



3,253 



♦See notes page 72 







Allocation of the Cost 


of Primary Power 




55 


OST OF PRIMARY 


POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 








ecember 31 


,1973 
















Energy at 


Cost of 












Return 


3.oo Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 






)n Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


SperkW 


SperkW 


per kWh 


(28.342) 


124.377 


458.942 


455.880.00 


3.062.00 


48.95 


61.91 


11.07 


(2.867) 


10.097 


39.062 


39.381.00 


(319.00) 


52.64 


64.60 


11.61 


(27.345) 


309.718 


1.104.048 


1.096.883.00 


7,165.00 


47.02 


63.18 


10.69 


(13.967) 


91.251 


330.200 


334,616.00 


(4.416.00) 


48.25 


63.00 


10.86 


(2.371) 


22.460 


88.194 


88.674.00 


(480.00) 


50.14 


64.93 


11.78 


(14,047) 


86,367 


296.689 


297,079.00 


(390.00) 


46.64 


61.67 


10.31 


(8.332) 


56.540 


220.148 


220.717.00 


(569.00) 


47.19 


60.42 


11.68 


(2.861) 


7.006 


26.780 


27,415.00 


(635.00) 


52.64 


62.28 


11.47 


(24,124) 


149.873 


516.023 


513.295.00 


2,728.00 


49.16 


65.00 


10.33 


(11.594) 


56.457 


212.777 


214.256.00 


(1.479.00) 


48.89 


61.95 


11.31 


(891) 


3.241 


12.719 


12.952.00 


(233.00) 


50.14 


61.50 


11.77 


(2.191) 


6,659 


25.224 


25.507.00 


(283.00) 


52.64 


63.97 


11.36 


(24.335) 


181.667 


628.899 


631.083.00 


(2,184.00) 


49.33 


65.79 


10.39 


(5.940) 


39.415 


143.466 


143.103.00 


363.00 


47.91 


62.49 


10.92 


(3.042) 


16.916 


64.607 


64,860.00 


(253.00) 


50.14 


63.85 


11.46 


(15.948) 


75,785 


265.218 


270.942.00 


(5.724.00) 


49.64 


64.10 


10.50 


(27,637) 


241.497 


893.543 


901.142.00 


(7,599.00) 


49.13 


64.59 


11.10 


(626) 


3.064 


12.751 


12,932.00 


(181.00) 


50.14 


61.99 


12.49 


(23.602) 


116,050 


447,157 


451,784.00 


(4.627.00) 


50.77 


64.00 


11.56 


(5.336) 


28.518 


116,261 


115,994.00 


267.00 


51.94 


64.87 


12.23 


(6.736) 


18.948 


79,577 


80.649.00 


(1.072.00) 


51.15 


60.43 


12.60 


(5.666) 


41,777 


165.690 


164,607.00 


1,083.00 


49.42 


63.19 


11.90 


(104.859) 


907,425 


3,137,019 


3,142.582.00 


(5.563.00) 


46.39 


62.34 


10.37 


(2.398) 


20,038 


79.538 


80.092.00 


(554.00) 


50.14 


64.43 


11.91 


(1.926) 


13.721 


56.229 


56.914.00 


(685.00) 


50.14 


63.45 


12.29 


(1.379) 


9,711 


35,539 


35,106.00 


433.00 


46.39 


60.60 


10.98 


(13.556) 


77,444 


240,321 


241.543.00 


(1.222.00) 


49.17 


66.97 


9.31 


(9.631) 


59,072 


217,802 


219,899.00 


(2,097.00) 


48.99 


63.38 


11.06 


(7.247) 


41,660 


149.431 


148.650.00 


781.00 


46.83 


60.84 


10.76 


(3.949) 


17.618 


69,974 


70.124.00 


(150.00) 


50.21 


62.40 


11.91 


(5.776) 


47,080 


180.892 


182,216.00 


(1.324.00) 


51.62 


66.90 


11.53 


(124.345) 


820,954 


2.750.854 


2,756,670.00 


(5.816.00) 


46.39 


62.12 


10.05 


(2.561) 


22,723 


90.681 


91.568.00 


(887.00) 


50.25 


64.62 


11.97 


(11.632) 


55,284 


202,640 


204,770.00 


(2.130.00) 


49.31 


62.84 


11.00 


(2.943) 


12.645 


45.376 


45,276.00 


100.00 


46.39 


59.01 


10.77 


(4,473) 


20.825 


86.238 


86.060.00 


178.00 


52.64 


64.96 


12.42 


(4.280) 


34.979 


132.243 


132,420.00 


(177.00) 


50.69 


66.02 


11.34 


(7.516) 


69.431 


263.029 


260,716.00 


2,313.00 


48.91 


63.96 


11.37 


(3.426) 


14.216 


55,720 


56.156.00 


(436.00) 


52.64 


65.28 


11.76 


(42.780) 


252.219 


898.243 


891.392.00 


6,851.00 


46.39 


60.49 


10.68 



56 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Notel) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Bracebridge . . 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton .... 
Brantford .... 

Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Bridgeport . . . 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville .... 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . 
Burk's Falls. . . 

Burlington . . . 
Cache Bay .... 
Caledonia .... 
Campbellford . 
Campbellville . 

Cannington. . . 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place. 
Casselman. . . . 

Cayuga 

Chalk River. . . 
Chapleau Twp. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth . . . 

Chesley 

Chesterville . . . 
Chippawa .... 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane .... 

Colborne 

Coldwater .... 



kW 

2,944.2 

3,655.8 

2,098.2 

55,793.0 

80,567.3 

18,731.4 

327.3 

1,851.4 

388.0 

3,257.7 

28,656.9 

962.0 

1,056.3 

340.7 

1,350.0 

103,150.9 

518.0 

2,080.0 

3,128.9 

266.5 

1,303.2 
3,267.5 
1,158.3 
5,644.2 
1,595.1 

960.6 

749.2 

3,091.3 

46,978.3 

465.8 

1,870.6 
2,248.1 
2,689.9 

645.5 
3,310.2 

1,018.0 
20,826.7 
5,538.1 
1,967.8 
1,138.7 



kWh'000 

13,488.3 

22,427.7 

11,359.1 

334,744.3 

488,609.0 

102,593.1 

1,695.9 

11,099.2 

2,050.4 

18,562.8 

172,548.6 
5,336.1 
6,317.7 
1,636.8 
7,214.4 

591,186.5 

2,699.5 

11,902.4 

13,621.5 

1,374.4 

7,473.7 
19.256.9 

6,474.2 
32,457.9 

8,064.1 

5,881.5 
4,446.8 
17,288.0 
289,444.5 
2,388.5 

10,811.4 
12,036.5 
15,293.3 
3,460.6 
18,189.2 

5,493.7 

125,606.3 

31,902.8 

11,524.3 

5,762.6 



$ 

126,268 

156,785 

89,984 

2,392,774 

3,455,258 

803,326 
14,038 
79,400 
16,639 

139,712 

1,228,997 
41,258 
45,302 
14,611 
57,898 

4,423,795 

22,215 

89,203 

134,189 

11,429 

55,890 
140,132 

49,676 
242,060 

68,410 

41,196 

32,130 

132,575 

2,014,741 

19,978 

80,224 
96,412 
115,360 

27,683 
141,964 

43,659 
893,186 
237,511 

84,394 

48,835 



$ 

8,839 

10,974 

6,284 

167,481 

241,859 

56,130 

963 

5,558 

1,141 

9,779 

85,976 
2,830 
3,108 
1,002 
4,053 

309,227 
1,555 
6,119 
9,393 

784 

3,912 
9,809 
3,408 
16,850 
4,693 

2,826 
2,249 
9,095 
141,026 
1,370 

5,615 
6,614 
7,952 
1,899 
9,938 

3,056 

62,521 

332 

5,789 

3,369 



6,383 
1,248 



1,479 



3,667 
4,026 
1,299 



27,129 
7,928 
1,016 



4,415 
5,920 
6,080 

3,661 

11,783 

1,775 



8,569 
7,866 
2,460 



7,500 
3,123 



$ 
3,816 



345 

7,750 



17,396 



>,872 



5,952 

1,214 
565 



176 



,950 



♦See notes page 72 







Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 




57 


:OST OF PRIMARY 


POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 








December 31 


1973 
















Energy at 


Cost of 












Return 


3.00 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 






on Equity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


perkWh 


(2.886) 


40.465 


177,974 


1 75,998.00 


1,976.00 


47.69 


60.45 


13.19 


(10.330) 


67.283 


226.540 


227,319.00 


(779.00) 


46.39 


61.97 


10.10 


(5.338) 


34.077 


127,343 


129,252.00 


(1,909.00) 


46.99 


60.69 


11.21 


(104.999) 


1.004.233 


3.634,618 


3,625,166.00 


9.452.00 


49.03 


65.14 


10.86 


(316.325) 


1.465,827 


5.088,321 


5.091,078.00 


(2,757.00) 


48.89 


63.16 


10.41 


(33.259) 


307.779 


1.213,949 


1,230,666.00 


(16,717.00) 


50.15 


64.81 


11.83 


(1.209) 


5,088 


20.292 


20.267.00 


25.00 


50.15 


62.00 


11.97 


(5.252) 


33.298 


118,558 


119,813.00 


(1.255.00) 


48.89 


64.04 


10.68 


(2.294) 


6.151 


24.280 


24,637.00 


(357.00) 


52.64 


62.58 


11.84 


(9.187) 


55.688 


197,621 


201,740.00 


(4,119.00) 


46.39 


60.66 


10.65 


(93.113) 


517.646 


1,753,834 


1,758,512.00 


(4,678.00) 


46.39 


61.20 


10.16 


(4,585) 


16.008 


62,064 


61.934.00 


130.00 


52.64 


64.52 


11.63 


(4.966) 


18.953 


69,592 


69,907.00 


(315.00) 


52.64 


65.88 


11.02 


(1.491) 


4,910 


21.772 


21,721.00 


51.00 


53.87 


63.90 


13.30 


(3.128) 


21,643 


81.141 


80,540.00 


601.00 


46.39 


60.10 


11.25 


(158.244) 


1.773.559 


6.783.791 


6.798.078.00 


(14,287.00) 


50.11 


65.77 


11.47 


(1.632) 


8,098 


30.236 


30,358.00 


(122.00) 


45.89 


58.37 


11.20 


(7.444) 


35.707 


137.753 


138,357.00 


(604.00) 


52.64 


66.23 


11.57 


(4.113) 


40.865 


187.850 


184.951.00 


2,899.00 


48.29 


60.04 


13.79 


(1.083) 


4.123 


17.069 


16,423.00 


646.00 


52.64 


64.05 


12.42 


(4.624) 


22.421 


78,251 


77,428.00 


823.00 


46.39 


60.05 


10.47 


(8.859) 


57.771 


200,067 


201,841.00 


(1,774.00) 


46.26 


61.23 


10.39 


(5.098) 


19,423 


72,403 


73,452.00 


(1.049.00) 


50.14 


62.51 


11.18 


(26.108) 


97.374 


339,483 


346,645.00 


(7,162.00) 


47.52 


60.15 


10.46 


(3.199) 


24,192 


100,974 


100.819.00 


155.00 


50.14 


63.30 


12.52 


(3.5%) 


17,645 


64.692 


64,236.00 


456.00 


52.72 


67.35 


11.00 


(1.860) 


13.340 


46.234 


45,856.00 


378.00 


46.39 


61.71 


10.40 


(4.284) 


51.864 


201.033 


202,396.00 


(1,363.00) 


49.64 


65.03 


11.63 


(145.507) 


868.333 


3.019.528 


3,019,439.00 


89.00 


48.89 


64.27 


10.43 


(1.805) 


7.166 


28.717 


28.495.00 


222.00 


50.14 


61.65 


12.02 


(9.737) 


32,434 


109,647 


109,649.00 


(2.00) 


46.48 


58.62 


10.14 


(8.558) 


36,109 


140,270 


141,513.00 


(1.243.00) 


50.14 


62.39 


11.65 


(7.689) 


45,880 


177,439 


175,546.00 


1,893.00 


51.77 


65.96 


11.60 


(2.685) 


10,382 


41,676 


41,910.00 


(234.00) 


52.64 


64.56 


12.04 


(14,891) 


54.568 


202,126 


202.503.00 


(377.00) 


49.08 


61.06 


11.11 


(3.107) 


16,481 


60,598 


60,700.00 


(102.00) 


46.39 


59.53 


11.03 


(55.196) 


376.819 


1.296.693 


1,305,090.00 


(8,397.00) 


46.82 


62.26 


10.32 


(10.556) 


95.708 


322.995 


322.413.00 


582.00 


42.95 


58.32 


10.12 


(5.417) 


34.573 


127.823 


128.130.00 


(307.00) 


50.14 


64.96 


11.09 


(4.086) 


17.288 


69,098 


69,354.00 


(256.00) 


49.09 


60.68 


11.99 



58 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Collingwood . 

Comber 

Coniston .... 
Cookstown . . 
Cottam 

Courtright. . . 
Creemore . . . 
Dashwood. . . 
Deep River . . 
Delaware. . . . 

Delhi 

Deseronto . . . 
Dorchester . . 
Drayton .... 
Dresden .... 

Drumbo .... 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk .... 
Dundas 

Dunnville . . . 
Durham .... 

Dutton 

East York . . . 
Eganville. . . . 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood. . . . 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun .... 

Erieau 

Erie Beach . . 

Erin 

Espanola. . . . 

Essex 

Etobicoke . . . 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls. 
Fergus 



kW 
20,174.1 
641.0 
2,045.9 

879.2 
467.5 

402.3 
990.4 
493.3 
6,234.3 
410.3 

4,120.8 

2,221.1 

832.0 

871.0 

3,430.9 

350.5 

6,138.9 

394.1 

1,461.0 

17,254.5 

6,048.6 

2.748.1 

623.0 

109,117.3 

1,218.8 

8,902.2 
1,434.1 

282.6 
2,240.4 

660.5 

1.904.0 

652.0 

145.5 

1,987.2 

5.333.4 

4,193.6 
396,461.7 
4.161.5 
2.215.6 
10,872.5 



kWh '000 
123,120.6 
3,293.6 
11,722.0 
4,925.6 
2,642.4 

2.220.0 
5,203.5 
2.572.0 
36.510.6 
2,146.4 

22,505.5 
13,006.2 
4,709.0 
4,492.8 
19,064.9 

1,884.7 

36,512.2 

1.936.7 

8,539.0 

98,448.9 

36,296.0 
14,279.3 

3.316.8 
685,633.4 

6,158.9 

51,077.7 
8,208.2 
1.365.0 

12,638.7 
3.778.9 

10.358.8 

3,514.4 

739.0 

10,808.1 

29,766.8 

24,325.0 
2,506,157.7 
23,642.5 
13,135.4 
60,998.8 



$ 
865,199 
27,490 

87,742 
37,706 
20,050 

17,253 
42.475 
21,155 
267,369 
17,595 

176,726 
95.255 
35,680 
37,355 

147,139 

15,033 

263,276 

16,901 

62,658 

739,986 

259,405 

117,856 

26,718 

4,679,671 

52,270 

381,785 
61,504 
12,120 
96,083 
28.326 

81.657 

27,961 

6,240 

85,225 

228,732 

179,850 

17,002,901 

178,473 

95,019 

466,286 



$ 

60,562 
1,886 

6,142 
2,587 
1,375 

1,184 
2,914 
1,451 
18,715 
1,207 

12,370 
6,550 
2,448 
2,562 

10,300 

1,031 
18,061 
1,159 
4,298 

51.797 

18,158 
8,085 
1.833 
327,565 
3,586 

26,724 

4,219 

831 

6,608 

1,943 

5,602 
1,918 
428 
5,965 
16,011 

12,589 
1,189,905 
12.372 
6,651 
32,639 



2,443 



3,351 

1,782 

1,533 

3,775 
1,880 



1,564 



7.443 
3,171 
3,320 



1,336 

23,399 

1,502 

5,569 



10,475 
2,375 



5.466 
1,077 
7,463 
2,518 

7,257 

2,485 

555 



16,169 
7,650 



$ 
4,558 



85 



106 

1,247 



2,599 

2,733 

83 
88 

950 



985 



344 



136 

2,150 



389 



379,i 



654 

,474 



*See notes page 72 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



59 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1973 





Energy at 


Cost of 










Return 


3.oo Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 




on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(48.259) 


369,362 


1,261.509 


1,262,594.00 


(1,085.00) 


46.61 


62.53 


10.25 


(3.125) 


9,881 


40,498 


40,986.00 


(488.00) 


52.64 


63.18 


12.30 


(3,666) 


35.166 


125,469 


127,171.00 


(1,702.00) 


45.93 


61.33 


10.70 


(2.462) 


14.777 


56,399 


57,319.00 


(920.00) 


50.14 


64.15 


11.45 


(1,851) 


7,927 


30,686 


31,071.00 


(385.00) 


52.64 


65.64 


11.61 


(1,575) 


6.660 


26,262 


26,221.00 


41.00 


52.64 


65.28 


11.83 


(3.572) 


15.610 


61,697 


61,862.00 


(165.00) 


50.14 


62.30 


11.86 


(2,330) 


7,716 


31,352 


30,675.00 


677.00 


52.64 


63.56 


12.19 


(12.331) 


109.532 


386.402 


388,324.00 


(1,922.00) 


46.39 


61.98 


10.58 


(1,510) 


6.439 


26,526 


26,646.00 


(120.00) 


52.64 


64.65 


12.36 


(12.428) 


67,517 


256,653 


257,881.00 


(1,228.00) 


48.91 


62.28 


11.40 


(6.105) 


39,019 


144,520 


145,089.00 


(569.00) 


50.25 


65.07 


11.11 


(2,785) 


14,127 


55,137 


55,628.00 


(491.00) 


52.64 


66.27 


11.71 


(3,290) 


13,478 


56,038 


56,608.00 


(570.00) 


52.64 


64.34 


12.47 


(11,254) 


57,195 


216,272 


217,933.00 


(1,661.00) 


49.65 


63.04 


11.34 


(1,875) 


5,654 


22,231 


22,425.00 


(194.00) 


52.64 


63.43 


11.80 


(14,753) 


109,537 


402,253 


403,815.00 


(1,562.00) 


50.09 


65.53 


11.02 


(1.717) 


5,810 


24,837 


24,847.00 


(10.00) 


52.64 


63.02 


12.82 


(4,631) 


25,617 


94,325 


93,279.00 


1,046.00 


50.20 


64.56 


11.05 


(52.369) 


295,347 


1,086.613 


1,093,427.00 


(6,814.00) 


48.89 


62.98 


11.04 


(24,750) 


108,888 


380.797 


384,045.00 


(3.248.00) 


49.05 


62.96 


10.49 


(10.434) 


42,838 


170,194 


169,074.00 


1,120.00 


50.14 


61.93 


11.92 


(3.939) 


9,951 


38,807 


39,153.00 


(346.00) 


52.64 


62.29 


11.70 


(337,216) 


2,056.900 


7,089,966 


7,092,586.00 


(2,620.00) 


49.22 


64.98 


10.34 


(2,456) 


18,477 


77,132 


77,649.00 


(517.00) 


50.14 


63.29 


12.52 


(27,569) 


153,233 


561.865 


559,717.00 


2,148.00 


49.00 


63.12 


11.00 


(4.519) 


24,624 


92,011 


91,510.00 


501.00 


50.14 


64.16 


11.21 


(1,445) 


4,095 


16,819 


16,928.00 


(109.00) 


50.14 


59.52 


12.32 


(8,181) 


37,916 


146,954 


146,886.00 


68.00 


52.32 


65.59 


11.63 


(2,950) 


11,337 


43,156 


43.225.00 


(69.00) 


52.64 


65.34 


11.42 


(2,714) 


31,076 


123,830 


124,013.00 


(183.00) 


50.14 


65.04 


11.95 


(551) 


2,217 


9,326 


9.531.00 


(205.00) 


52.65 


64.10 


12.62 


(3,035) 


10,543 


41,828 


42.322.00 


(494.00) 


52.64 


64.15 


11.90 


(3.163) 


32,424 


121,581 


120.804.00 


777.00 


46.46 


61.18 


11.25 


(8,036) 


89.300 


328,157 


329,759.00 


(1.602.00) 


46.29 


61.53 


11.02 


(12.561) 


72,975 


265,823 


264,608.00 


1.215.00 


48.98 


63.39 


10.93 


(881.945) 


7,518.473 


26,414,777 


26,318,949.00 


95,828.00 


49.89 


66.63 


10.54 


(15.548) 


70.928 


267,014 


268,138.00 


(1.124.00) 


50.86 


64.16 


11.29 


(1,741) 


39.406 


140,443 


140,729.00 


(286.00) 


46.39 


63.39 


10.69 


(28,902) 


182,996 


690.111 


684,878.00 


5,233.00 


49.30 


63.47 


11.31 



60 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Notel) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown. . . . 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend . . . 
Grand Valley. . . 

Granton 

Gravenhurst . . . 
Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury . . . 
Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing. . . 
Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station. 
Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 



kW 

479.3 

911.6 

1,889.2 

2.893.3 

1.613.8 

53,478.6 
18,359.7 
1,805.7 
46,752.6 
10,623.8 

1.298.8 

904.2 

255.8 

4,332.7 

5,862.4 

95,159.4 

2,939.0 

708,911.9 

9,157.6 
2,318.5 

2,502.2 

913.3 

1.006.5 

16,418.1 

7,302.9 

1,764.3 

12,033.0 

441.0 

172.0 

5,102.3 

8,685.2 
1.395.3 
778.2 
7,121.0 
3,570.7 

11,332.6 

581.9 

4,693.6 

1.539.8 
72.422.8 



kWh '000 
2,290.4 
4,838.6 
10,798.8 
16,576.0 
8,908.0 

324,187.5 
105,267.8 
8,683.4 
279.820.2 
60.547.6 

7.220.7 

5,208.5 

1,329.9 

24,910.0 

33,817.1 

588,536.1 
15,284.1 

,935.210.4 
46,648.9 
13.025.1 

14,049.2 

5,337.6 

5,808.0 

102.910.8 

42,968.8 

9.212.6 
69,200.9 

1,994.9 

800.2 

28,735.8 

54,248.5 

7.304.0 

4,433.6 

41,274.9 

21,067.1 

68,976.2 

3,117.8 

27,322.3 

9,917.1 

456,218.9 



$ 

20.555 
39.095 
81.022 
124,085 
69.210 

2,293,516 

787,385 

77,439 

2,005.061 
455,619 

55,701 

38.778 

10,970 

185,814 

251,418 

4,081,065 

126,043 

30,402.832 

392.738 

99,434 

107,311 
39.169 
43,164 
704,116 
313,197 

75.664 
516.054 

18,914 

7,375 

218,820 

372.478 

59,838 

33,375 

305,397 

153,135 

486,016 
24,956 

201,292 

66,036 

3,105,969 



1.410 

2.682 
5,558 
8.512 

4,748 

160,540 

55,115 

5,331 

80.758 

31.892 

3,821 
2.674 
753 
13,007 
17,599 

279,141 

8,667 

1,933,532 

27.265 
6,960 

7,391 

2,687 

3,021 

49,287 

21,923 

5,297 
36,123 

1,297 

506 

15,317 

26,073 
4,105 
2,289 
21,377 
10,719 

680 

1,747 

14,089 

4,530 

217,410 



$ 

1,827 
3,475 
7,201 

11,028 
6,151 



5,677 
34.482 



4,950 

2,585 

975 



9,861 
14,353 



7,630 
3,481 



1,681 
656 



5,318 
2,966 



5,343 
292 



199 
450 

120 

2,031 

(172,236) 

2,986 



1,961 



379 
2,299 



,128 



998 
424 



2,566 



5,869 



"See notes page 72 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



61 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1973 





Energy at 


Cost of 










Return 


3.oo Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 




on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(1.880) 


6,871 


29,023 


29,130.00 


(107.00) 


50.14 


60.55 


12.67 


(2.527) 


14.516 


57,697 


58,090.00 


(393.00) 


50.14 


63.29 


11.92 


(6.317) 


32.396 


125,528 


127,099.00 


(1.571.00) 


52.64 


66.45 


11.62 


(11.435) 


49.728 


190,691 


191.112.00 


(421.00) 


52.67 


65.91 


11.50 


(3.614) 


26,724 


104,026 


104,782.00 


(756.00) 


50.14 


64.46 


11.68 


(177.122) 


972.562 


3,409,932 


3,409,601.00 


331.00 


48.89 


63.76 


10.52 


(48.809) 


315.804 


1,172.917 


1,167,789.00 


5,128.00 


49.34 


63.89 


11.14 


(5,495) 


26.050 


114,711 


115.012.00 


(301.00) 


52.14 


63.53 


13.21 


(54.462) 


839,461 


2,928,676 


2,952,294.00 


(23,618.00) 


45.85 


62.64 


10.47 


(40.060) 


181.643 


660,965 


662,644.00 


(1,679.00) 


48.89 


62.22 


10.92 


(4.324) 


21,662 


85,835 


86.401.00 


(566.00) 


52.74 


66.09 


11.89 


(3.802) 


15.625 


56,312 


57,544.00 


(1.232.00) 


49.20 


62.28 


10.81 


(1.371) 


3,990 


16,084 


16,073.00 


11.00 


52.64 


62.88 


12.09 


(16,235) 


74.730 


259.681 


258,708.00 


973.00 


46.43 


59.94 


10.42 


(15,459) 


101,451 


373.046 


377,380.00 


(4.334.00) 


48.97 


63.63 


11.03 


(251,360) 


1,765.608 


6,160.052 


6,168,555.00 


(8,503.00) 


48.82 


64.73 


10.47 


(15,975) 


45,852 


185,296 


190,084.00 


(4,788.00) 


52.88 


63.05 


12.12 


(2.286,743) 


14,805,631 


46,678,929 


46,815,574.00 


(136.645.00) 


48.19 


65.85 


9.46 


(28,140) 


139.947 


553,728 


552,326.00 


1,402.00 


48.26 


60.47 


11.87 


(9,926) 


39,075 


142,940 


143,046.00 


(106.00) 


49.08 


61.65 


10.97 


(10,420) 


42.148 


162,034 


163.536.00 


(1,502.00) 


52.08 


64.76 


11.53 


(2,909) 


16,013 


58,898 


59,393.00 


(495.00) 


50.14 


64.49 


11.03 


(4.225) 


17,424 


59,887 


60,222.00 


(335.00) 


46.39 


59.50 


10.31 


(17,762) 


308,733 


1,054,544 


1,038,767.00 


15,777.00 


46.51 


64.23 


10.25 


(10,531) 


128,906 


453.495 


451.985.00 


1.510.00 


45.89 


62.10 


10.55 


(5.855) 


27,638 


108,416 


109,937.00 


(1,521.00) 


49.10 


61.45 


11.77 


(41.930) 


207.603 


756,248 


763,229.00 


(6,981.00) 


49.08 


62.85 


10.93 


(1.997) 


5,985 


27.203 


27,753.00 


(550.00) 


52.64 


61.68 


13.64 


(802) 


2,401 


10,222 


10,398.00 


(176.00) 


50.13 


59.43 


12.77 


(20.193) 


86.207 


302,702 


302,269.00 


433.00 


46.39 


59.33 


10.53 


(45,021) 


162.745 


546,459 


549.488.00 


(3,029.00) 


49.36 


62.92 


10.07 


(4,308) 


21,912 


87,563 


88,202.00 


(639.00) 


50.14 


62.76 


11.99 


(3.601) 


13.301 


50,665 


50,383.00 


282.00 


52.64 


65.11 


11.43 


(14,987) 


123,825 


436,610 


444,660.00 


(8,050.00) 


46.03 


61.31 


10.58 


(11,124) 


63,201 


218,140 


221,346.00 


(3,206.00) 


46.51 


61.09 


10.35 


(11,237) 


206.929 


682,388 


689,891.00 


(7,503.00) 


42.95 


60.21 


9.89 


(1,341) 


9.353 


35,006 


35.105.00 


(99.00) 


46.39 


60.16 


11.23 


(16,673) 


81,967 


285,588 


283,228.00 


2,360.00 


46.93 


60.85 


10.45 


(3,497) 


29,751 


107,308 


107,979.00 


(671.00) 


52.64 


69.69 


10.82 


(217,642) 


1,368.657 


4,510,605 


4,531.390.00 


(20,785.00) 


46.39 


62.28 


9.89 



62 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latch ford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan .... 
Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp . . . 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville . . . . 
Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges . . 
Mount Forest . . . 



kW 
5.312.4 

214.8 

161,327.5 

2.581.8 

1.863.5 

808.7 

531.6 

1.041.2 

402.8 

12.357.5 

20.100.0 

6.450.1 

261,695.0 

1.110.0 

1.244.3 

1.236.4 
511.6 

1,740.6 
199.8 

1,643.9 

14,001.0 

1,283.3 

194.7 

1,154.2 

1.019.1 

850.9 

5.859.2 

634.1 

934.8 

17.682.9 

717.6 

781.3 

11.243.4 

1,618.7 

282,043.7 

3,891.5 
436.1 

2.410.0 
800.5 

3.929.2 



kWh '000 

31.791.9 

1.050.9 

984.656.7 
15.346.1 
10.355.0 

4,119.0 
3,080.3 
6.348.4 
2.327.0 
74.853.9 

126.125.9 

35,416.3 

1 .577.954.9 

6,436.6 

7,145.0 

6,667.2 
2,836.2 
10.260.0 
1.115.3 
9.412.8 

81.502.0 

7.693.6 

980.2 

7,028.8 

5,329.0 

4,978.3 

33,627.7 

3.524.7 

5.073.9 

105.742.9 

4.907.4 
4.284.6 
71,013.4 
8,294.4 
1.830,635.4 

20,858.0 
2.176.5 

14,093.0 
4,456.2 

21,867.8 



$ 

227,832 

9,211 

6,918,791 

110.725 

79.919 

34,682 
22,800 
44.652 
17,275 
529.972 

862,021 

276,624 

11.223,212 

47.609 
53.364 

53.025 
21,940 
74,649 
8,569 
70.502 

600.457 

55,037 

8,350 

49,499 

43,706 

36,493 

251,282 

27,194 

40,090 

758,359 

30,774 

33,508 

482,189 

69,421 

12,095,901 

166,892 
18.703 

103,355 
34.330 

168.511 



$ 
15.814 

632 
9.675 
7.596 
5.482 

2,379 
1.564 
3,063 
1,209 
36.993 

60,339 
19.363 

785,595 
3,266 
3,661 

3,637 
1,505 
5.121 
600 
4.836 

41,558 

3.775 

573 

3.465 

2,998 

2,503 

17,589 

1.866 

2.750 

53,083 

2,111 

2,299 

33,730 

4,762 
846.682 

11,682 

1,283 
7,090 
2.355 
11.796 



,504 
819 



9.841 
7,103 

3.082 
2,026 
3.969 



6.594 



4,231 

4,743 

4,713 
1,950 
6,634 



6,266 

30,040 
4,891 

742 

3.884 

3,243 

2,417 
3,563 



2,735 
2,978 
1,397 
6,170 



1,662 
9,186 
3,051 



$ 
4.043 



651 
2,666 

444 



7,128 
694 



2.911 



1,168 



16,521 

164 

219,798 

2,939 

1.083 

611 



•See notes page 72 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



63 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

[>ecembei31,1973 





Energy at 


Cost of 










Return 


3.00 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 




on Equity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(14.774) 


95.376 


352.732 


358,451.00 


(5.719.00) 


51.23 


66.40 


11.10 


(820) 


3.153 


13.102 


13.171.00 


(69.00) 


50.14 


61.00 


12.47 


(480.605) 


2.953.970 


9.885,814 


9,916,077.00 


(30.263.00) 


45.95 


61.28 


10.04 


(2,101) 


19,310 


72,870 


73.812.00 


(942.00) 


50.14 


65.64 


11.32 


(8,707) 


46.038 


166,784 


168.838.00 


(2.054.00) 


50.14 


64.60 


10.87 


(5.744) 


31,065 


123,452 


125,537.00 


(2,085.00) 


52.66 


66.25 


11.92 


(2,617) 


12,357 


50,287 


49.659.00 


628.00 


50.14 


62.18 


12.21 


(1,984) 


9.241 


33,913 


33.900.00 


13.00 


50.14 


63.79 


11.01 


(3.592) 


19.045 


67,788 


68,713.00 


(925.00) 


50.26 


65.11 


10.68 


(788) 


6,981 


24,677 


25.258.00 


(581.00) 


45.89 


61.26 


10.60 


(42,464) 


224,562 


795.396 


800.441.00 


(5,045.00) 


49.63 


64.37 


10.63 


(61.099) 


378.378 


1,249.689 


1,254,424.00 


(4.735.00) 


46.39 


62.17 


9.91 


(25.281) 


106.249 


3%, 749 


398,530.00 


(1,781.00) 


48.90 


61.51 


11.20 


(762.359) 


4.733.865 


16,765,398 


16,858,053.00 


(92.655.00) 


48.89 


64.06 


10.62 


(4.603) 


21,435 


82,333 


82,515.00 


(182.00) 


52.64 


66.17 


11.52 


(6,519) 


20,002 


75.476 


76,039.00 


(563.00) 


50.14 


61.04 


11.32 


(2.479) 


8,509 


32,960 


33,042.00 


(82.00) 


52.64 


64.43 


11.62 


(5,857) 


30.780 


112,197 


113,017.00 


(820.00) 


50.14 


64.46 


10.94 


(474) 


3.346 


12,141 


11.859.00 


(282.00) 


46.39 


60.77 


10.89 


(4.717) 


28,238 


105,947 


106.872.00 


(925.00) 


50.14 


64.45 


11.26 


(21,457) 


244,506 


944.235 


948,457.00 


(4.222.00) 


51.51 


67.44 


11.59 


(4.290) 


23,081 


83.830 


83,937.00 


(107.00) 


50.68 


65.32 


10.90 


(926) 


2.941 


11,777 


11,876.00 


(99.00) 


50.14 


60.49 


12.01 


(2,112) 


21.086 


71.938 


72.581.00 


(643.00) 


45.89 


62.33 


10.23 


(3,5%) 


15,987 


63,489 


64,644.00 


(1,155.00) 


50.14 


62.30 


11.91 


(3,498) 


14.935 


53,676 


54,189.00 


(513.00) 


49.64 


63.08 


10.78 


(18,382) 


100,883 


357,213 


355,398.00 


1,815.00 


46.89 


60.97 


10.62 


(2.738) 


10,574 


41,215 


41,680.00 


(465.00) 


52.64 


65.00 


11.69 


(2,307) 


15,222 


59,785 


60,301.00 


(516.00) 


50.14 


63.95 


11.78 


(62.583) 


317.229 


1,076,097 


1,076,892.00 


(795.00) 


46.45 


60.86 


10.18 


(2,812) 


14.722 


47,889 


47,838.00 


51.00 


50.14 


66.73 


9.76 


(2,436) 


12,854 


49,594 


50,070.00 


(476.00) 


50.14 


63.48 


11.57 


(30.580) 


213,040 


750.027 


738.824.00 


11,203.00 


50.48 


66.71 


10.56 


(8,153) 


24.883 


102.103 


101.731.00 


372.00 


52.74 


63.08 


12.31 


(380,824) 


5,491,906 


19,119,594 


18.932,747.00 


186,847.00 


49.67 


67.79 


10.44 


(13,959) 


62,574 


241,803 


241.729.00 


74.00 


49.64 


62.14 


11.59 


(1,869) 


6.529 


27,616 


27,933.00 


(317.00) 


52.64 


63.32 


12.69 


(6.895) 


42,279 


157,303 


158,859.00 


(1,556.00) 


50.59 


65.27 


11.16 


(2,668) 


13,368 


52,838 


53.453.00 


(615.00) 


52.64 


66.01 


11.86 


(13,092) 


65.604 


235,395 


234.584.00 


811.00 


46.54 


59.91 


10.76 



64 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Notel) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Petrolia Water Works . 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 



kW 
5,722.0 
81,240.4 
493.3 
295.8 
505.8 

354.8 
2,115.2 
3,806.8 
14,329.2 
2,946.7 

57,858.0 
2,750.1 

54,732.6 

585,428.3 

1,347.0 

1,164.1 

118,851.6 

354.4 

681.3 

9,781.1 

23,076.7 
1,099.5 

150,787.0 

449,279.5 

569.5 

24,511.3 
1,081.7 
1,971.0 
7,068.7 
1,424.3 

6,095.0 
10,207.7 

5,714.7 
8,017.6 
74,898.7 

3,556.3 
169.5 
1,982.3 
5,382.8 
1,210.5 



kWh'000 

31,790.1 

513,021.6 

2,455.1 

1,565.7 
2,736.0 

1,752.0 
12,452.3 
21,034.4 
84,677.8 
17,595.2 

353,182.8 

17,447.9 

337,217.2 

3,588,777.9 

7,374.3 

6,486.4 

799,761.3 

2,058.8 

3,919.5 

58,054.9 

119,497.8 

6,273.5 

935,853.5 

2,834,307.8 

3,111.7 

155,392.4 
5,969.8 
11,149.2 
37,264.6 
7,882.8 

35,479.1 
46,349.1 
35,891.1 
45,307.6 
473,568.7 

20,308.2 

748.0 

11,688.8 

31,667.7 

6,610.7 



$ 
245,396 
3,484,126 
21,155 
12,686 
21,691 

15,216 

90,714 

163,260 

614,532 

126,375 

2,481,334 

117,942 

2,347,296 

25,107,040 

57,767 

49.924 

5,097,142 

15,199 

29,218 

419,478 

989,682 

47,153 

6,466,744 

19,268,078 

24,424 

1,051,207 

46,391 

84,529 

303,151 

61,083 

261,394 

437,773 

245,084 

343,847 

3,212,152 

152,518 
7,268 

85,013 
230,850 

51,914 



$ 

17,119 

121,170 

1,451 

870 

1,488 

1,044 

6,350 

11,222 

42,595 

8,846 

173,687 

8,107 

164,304 

1,708,692 

3,963 

3,425 

356,577 

1,043 

2,004 

29,363 

69,275 

3,235 

452,655 

1,143,912 

1,675 

73,275 
3,247 
5,917 

21,220 
4,211 

18,297 
30,643 
17,156 
24,069 
224,843 

10,485 
499 

5,832 
16,159 

3,561 



3,664 
6,286 
1,880 
1,127 
1,928 

1,352 



13,113 
26,708 



9,463 



5,134 

4,437 

13,319 

1,351 

2,597 



4,191 

2,171 

17,957 

4,072 



12,179 

646 

7,556 



$ 

2,941 

6,905 



1,331 
8.065 
1,364 

28,334 

60,723 
8,487 

573 



48,073 

7,023 
14,292 



874 
5,632 



481 
13,761 

1,578 



223 



4,614 



'See notes page 72 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



65 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1973 





Energy at 


Cost of 












Return 


3.oo Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 






on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


perkWh 


(22.691) 


95.370 


344,660 


351.113.00 


(6,453.00) 


47.53 


60.23 


10.84 


(97.034) 


1.539.065 


5.101,138 


5.132,350.00 


(31,212.00) 


45.04 


62.79 


9.94 


(2.056) 


7.365 


30,042 


30,325.00 


(283.00) 


50.14 


60.90 


12.24 


(574) 


4,697 


18,954 


19.165.00 


(211.00) 


50.14 


64.08 


12.11 


(1.248) 


8,208 


32,320 


32,671.00 


(315.00) 


50.14 


63.90 


11.81 


(1.212) 


5.258 


22,722 


23.042.00 


(320.00) 


52.64 


64.04 


12.96 


(5.133) 


37.357 


130,346 


131,312.00 


(966.00) 


46.39 


61.62 


10.47 


(12.330) 


63.103 


251,119 


251.512.00 


(393.00) 


52.63 


65.97 


11.94 


(31.461) 


254.033 


957.460 


943.288.00 


(14,172.00) 


51.29 


66.82 


11.31 


(11.600) 


52.786 


186,611 


186,808.00 


(197.00) 


49.35 


63.33 


10.61 


(215.751) 


1.059.548 


3.700,726 


3,712.748.00 


(12.022.00) 


49.38 


63.96 


10.48 


(7,661) 


52,344 


180.195 


181,697.00 


(1,502.00) 


49.28 


65.52 


10.33 


(137.588) 


1,011,652 


3.446.387 


3.395.838.00 


(50.549.00) 


47.00 


62.97 


10.22 


(968,517) 


10,766.334 


38.378.321 


38.500,986.00 


(122,665.00) 


48.82 


65.56 


10.59 


(7,466) 


22,123 


86,155 


86,988.00 


(833.00) 


53.06 


63.96 


11.68 


(3.803) 


19,459 


74,024 


74.687.00 


(663.00) 


50.14 


63.59 


11.41 


(222.587) 


2,399,284 


8,048,363 


8,079,832.00 


(31,469.00) 


49.40 


67.72 


10.06 


(3.570) 


6,176 


21,262 


21,400.00 


(138.00) 


52.64 


59.99 


10.33 


(2.402) 


11,759 


43,517 


43,669.00 


(152.00) 


50.14 


63.87 


11.10 


(23.139) 


174,165 


611,781 


609,173.00 


(2.608.00) 


47.11 


62.55 


10.54 


(33,816) 


358.494 


1.409,465 


1,396,688.00 


12.777.00 


47.01 


61.08 


11.79 


(2.823) 


18,821 


71,127 


71,224.00 


(97.00) 


50.14 


64.69 


11.34 


(406.743) 


2.807,560 


9,395,610 


9,554,443.00 


(158.833.00) 


46.39 


62.31 


10.04 


(849,581) 


8,502,923 


28,289.972 


28,431,014.00 


(141,042.00) 


45.93 


62.97 


9.98 


(2.644) 


9,335 


36,670 


37,163.00 


(493.00) 


52.64 


64.39 


11.78 


(87.528) 


466.177 


1.533,344 


1,530.171.00 


3,173.00 


47.11 


62.56 


9.87 


(3.692) 


17.910 


64,397 


64.212.00 


185.00 


46.39 


59.53 


10.79 


(9.982) 


33.448 


120.699 


121.149.00 


(450.00) 


49.33 


61.24 


10.83 


(28.563) 


111,794 


434.440 


433.312.00 


(1.128.00) 


49.69 


61.46 


11.66 


(6.264) 


23,648 


91,023 


92,454.00 


(1.431.00) 


51.70 


63.91 


11.55 


(12.221) 


106.437 


377.436 


377,952.00 


(516.00) 


46.47 


61.93 


10.64 


(7.416) 


139.047 


618.912 


612.712.00 


(6.200.00) 


47.74 


60.63 


13.35 


(18.529) 


107.673 


355,819 


354,856.00 


(963.00) 


46.66 


62.26 


9.91 


(28.767) 


135.923 


479,081 


479,538.00 


(457.00) 


46.39 


59.75 


10.57 


(242.226) 


1.420.706 


4.652,924 


4.676.456.00 


(23,532.00) 


46.39 


62.12 


9.83 


(19.634) 


60.925 


227.646 


229.313.00 


(1,667.00) 


52.40 


64.01 


11.21 


(111) 


2.244 


11.055 


11.268.00 


(213.00) 


52.64 


65.22 


14.78 


(3.209) 


35.066 


131,249 


132.122.00 


(873.00) 


50.14 


66.21 


11.23 


(24.677) 


95.003 


320.249 


322.212.00 


(1.963.00) 


46.43 


59.49 


10.11 


(1.995) 


19.832 


78.531 


80.827.00 


(2.296.00) 


50.14 


64.87 


11.88 



66 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew * 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catherines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

SchreiberTwp 

Seaforth 



kW 

1,005.2 

8,372.2 

451.2 

16,294.9 

21,884.6 

2,677.4 
5,548.2 
15,609.3 
1,519.2 
3,539.4 

542.7 

1,671.1 

5,909.6 

22,098.6 

106.7 

515.5 

469.0 

1,195.0 

1,175.5 

7,402.1 

2,097.6 

23,715.6 

2,986.0 

675.2 

2,822.2 

838.4 
824.7 
284.8 
721.2 
182,736.0 

1,693.7 
1,044.0 
1,547.6 
4,939.7 
31,519.9 

9,553.8 

66,672.1 

372,176.0 

2,024.9 

2,423.9 



kWh '000 
5,243.7 

47,492.2 
2.709.1 

103,244.1 

157,331.3 

16,475.9 
32,585.2 
92,270.2 
7,396.6 
20,912.9 

3,109.2 

9,807.2 

33,791.7 

124,946.9 

506.6 

2,601.2 
2,644.5 
7,520.0 
6,880.8 
38,593.6 

12,419.5 
146,468.3 
16,244.3 
3,692.2 
16,162.1 

4,921.6 
4,777.8 
1,506.6 
4,005.0 
1,103,887.9 

9,185.1 
5,614.3 
9,240.4 
28,351.8 
187,579.5 

52,500.3 

448,068.6 

2,290,814.3 

12,298.0 

12,946.0 



$ 

43,109 
359,055 

19,351 
698,834 
938,557 

114,824 
237,943 
669,430 
65,152 
151,794 

23,273 

71,667 

253,442 

947,735 

4,577 

22,109 
20,115 
51,248 
50,413 
317,452 

89,958 

1,017,082 

128,060 

28,957 
121,035 

35,955 
35,368 
12,212 
30,930 
7,836,929 

72,637 

44,773 

66,370 

211,848 

1,351,781 

409,730 

2,859,340 

15,961,372 

86,841 

103,952 



$ 

2,957 
24,999 

1,327 
48,916 
65,696 

8,038 
16,406 
46,858 

4,469 
10,625 

1,597 

5,016 

17,740 

66,319 

314 

1,517 
1,380 
3,516 
3,528 
22,221 

6,171 

70,902 

8,920 

1,986 

8,303 

2,467 

2,426 

855 

2,122 

522,598 

4,997 
3,094 
4,586 
14,829 
94,607 

28,515 

199,365 

1,116,945 

5,979 
7,276 



3,831 
8,539 
1,720 



15,848 
5,791 



2,069 



1,263 
407 



1,965 
1,788 

4,555 



7,995 



2,782 
2,574 
10,757 

3,196 
3,143 



2,749 



5,557 
2,522 
3,830 



7,660 
6,303 



78 
2,137 
9,265 

2,631 

5,789 

6,535 

885 

266 



1,549 
919 



277 
456 
649 



9,384 
1,480 



399 



314 
236 



5,517 

193,550 
983 
597 



♦See notes page 72 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



67 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1973 





Energy at 


Cost of 










Return 


3.oo Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 




on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(3.977) 


15,731 


64,667 


65,246.00 


(579.00) 


52.64 


64.33 


12.33 


(29.642) 


142.477 


530,545 


530,777.00 


(232.00) 


49.89 


63.37 


11.17 


(1.576) 


8.127 


30,381 


30,440.00 


(59.00) 


52.81 


67.33 


11.21 


(53.198) 


309,732 


1,055.306 


1.061,297.00 


(5,991.00) 


49.02 


64.76 


10.22 


(53.777) 


471,994 


1.497,389 


1,506,594.00 


(9,205.00) 


49.31 


68.42 


9.52 


(12.226) 


49.428 


170,727 


172.582.00 


(1,855.00) 


49.87 


63.77 


10.36 


(10.619) 


97.756 


365,897 


359,587.00 


6.310.00 


50.24 


65.95 


11.23 


(46.364) 


276.811 


961,075 


957,575.00 


3.500.00 


46.81 


61.57 


10.42 


(5.719) 


22.190 


93,528 


93.043.00 


485.00 


50.72 


61.56 


12.64 


(9.584) 


62,739 


217,610 


217.887.00 


(277.00) 


46.46 


61.48 


10.41 


(2,431) 


9,328 


35,464 


36,209.00 


(745.00) 


52.64 


65.35 


11.41 


(9.582) 


29,422 


103,085 


103,663.00 


(578.00) 


49.81 


61.69 


10.51 


(21,994) 


101.375 


354.437 


359,053.00 


(4,616.00) 


46.54 


59.98 


10.49 


(70,440) 


374,841 


1.386,014 


1.379,830.00 


6,184.00 


48.94 


62.72 


11.09 


(370) 


1,520 


6,501 


6,459.00 


42.00 


50.15 


60.93 


12.83 


(2.418) 


7,804 


32,524 


32,788.00 


(264.00) 


52.64 


63.09 


12.50 


(2.229) 


7,933 


30,394 


31,081.00 


(687.00) 


52.64 


64.81 


11.49 


(2.384) 


22.560 


79,772 


80,302.00 


(530.00) 


49.87 


66.75 


10.61 


(3.489) 


20.642 


71,550 


71,154.00 


396.00 


46.28 


60.87 


10.40 


(19,549) 


115.781 


440,255 


442,505.00 


(2,250.00) 


46.48 


59.48 


11.41 


(3,889) 


37,258 


138,542 


138,929.00 


(387.00) 


50.14 


66.05 


11.16 


(44.738) 


439,405 


1,563,182 


1,573,111.00 


(9,929.00) 


49.27 


65.91 


10.67 


(11.701) 


48,733 


187,232 


188,666.00 


(1,434.00) 


50.30 


62.70 


11.53 


(2.655) 


11,077 


42,277 


42,428.00 


(151.00) 


50.14 


62.61 


11.45 


(5,030) 


48,486 


184,962 


184,099.00 


863.00 


50.14 


65.54 


11.44 


(3.193) 


14,765 


55,705 


55,862.00 


(157.00) 


52.64 


66.44 


11.32 


(3.945) 


14,333 


53,799 


55,512.00 


(1,713.00) 


52.64 


65.23 


11.26 


(1.130) 


4.520 


16,599 


16,819.00 


(220.00) 


46.38 


58.28 


11.02 


(2,233) 


12,015 


45,944 


46.809.00 


(865.00) 


50.14 


63.70 


11.47 


(505.113) 


3,311,664 


11,714,685 


11,751,487.00 


36.802.00 


48.75 


64.11 


10.61 


(3,941) 


27,555 


111,886 


112,359.00 


(473.00) 


52.12 


66.06 


12.18 


(3,819) 


16,843 


66,859 


66,800.00 


59.00 


51.57 


64.04 


11.91 


(4,836) 


27,721 


102,550 


102,978.00 


(428.00) 


51.48 


66.26 


11.10 


(40.514) 


85,055 


286,037 


288,104.00 


(2,067.00) 


48.89 


57.91 


10.09 


(124.499) 


562,739 


1,980,077 


1,987,716.00 


(7,639.00) 


48.92 


62.82 


10.56 


(14,138) 


157,501 


626,273 


630,098.00 


(3,825.00) 


50.55 


65.55 


11.93 


(363,382) 


1.344,206 


4,239,545 


4,257,057.00 


(17,512.00) 


48.88 


63.59 


9.46 


(673,666) 


6.872,443 


24,594,832 


24,558,989.00 


35,843.00 


49.43 


66.08 


10.74 


(5,505) 


36.894 


131,495 


133,503.00 


(2,008.00) 


49.44 


64.94 


10.69 


(12,674) 


38,838 


145,261 


146,843.00 


(1,582.00) 


49.13 


59.93 


11.22 



68 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. . . 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 



kW 
2,599.2 

16,257.8 
3,136.2 

13,204.1 
3,418.2 

841.1 
1,040.5 

359.1 
2,030.9 
1,721.1 

6,489.0 
5,074.5 
37,968.2 
8,553.4 
7,382.8 

5,741.6 

91,525.3 

742.7 

1,012.5 

2,985.8 

1,074.0 
2,323.8 
4,104.0 
1,371.6 
1,989.9 

1,697.0 
1,235.6 
737.4 
1,658.7 
1,569.4 

359.2 

284.0 

6,947.2 

132,754.1 

4,804.3 

9,192.2 

1,005,991.2 

1,554.5 

23,887.1 

2.316.0 



kWh'000 
16,507.0 

101,551.9 
20,066.9 
75,435.9 
20,138.4 

4,579.2 
5,848.8 
1,896.9 
11,992.8 
9,602.7 

36,414.6 
29,623.0 
228,616.7 
47,301.4 
43,197.3 

32,377.1 

573,380.3 

4,084.8 

5,952.8 

18,196.6 

6,053.2 
12,216.8 
24,012.2 

7,342.3 
12,786.0 

9,969.7 

5,877.8 
4,227.6 
9,755.8 
9,344.7 

1,874.0 
1,461.2 

43,434.7 
822,321.8 

25,588.0 

51,658.6 

6,520,363.9 

8,306.5 

152,171.5 

12,819.7 



$ 

111,472 
697,241 
134,501 
566,279 
146,5% 

36,073 
44,622 
15,401 
87,098 
73,813 

278,291 
217,629 
1,628,328 
366,827 
316,622 

246,237 

3,925,211 

31,851 

43,422 

128,050 

46,059 
99,660 
176,007 
58,824 
85,339 

72,780 
52,992 
31,625 
71,136 
67,305 

15,405 
12,181 

297,942 
5,693.376 

206,042 

394,223 

43,143,557 

66,666 

1,024,436 

99,327 



$ 

7,647 
48,795 

9,227 
39,638 
10,056 

2,475 
3,123 
1,056 
5,975 
5,166 

19,366 
15,232 
113,979 

25,677 
22,163 

17,236 
274,755 
2,185 
3,040 
8,784 

3,160 
6,976 
12,320 
4,062 

5,973 

4,993 
3,635 
2,169 
4,979 
4,617 

1,057 

836 

20,838 

398,480 

14,422 

27,594 
2,583,089 

4,573 
71,707 
6,953 



$ 

9,907 

620 

11,954 

13,029 

3,206 

1,369 

7,741 



7,225 
54 



2,831 
11,381 
4.094 



3,511 



6,468 
4,710 
2,811 



5,982 



1,369 
1,082 



5,925 



$ 
7,110 



270 
652 



78 



405 
10,725 



4,180 
4,662 



2,619 
S0.313 



1,109 
2,169 



1,446 

16 
529 
962 

8,912 



♦See notes page 72 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



69 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1973 





Energy at 


Cost of 












Return 


3.oo Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 






on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(6.963) 


49,521 


172,884 


167,289.00 


5,595.00 


50.14 


66.51 


10.47 


(50,514) 


304,656 


1,056,681 


1,056,983.00 


(302.00) 


49.36 


65.00 


10.41 


(10,565) 


60,201 


205,318 


205,178.00 


140.00 


49.64 


65.47 


10.23 


(47,499) 


226,308 


791,598 


798,694.00 


(7,096.00) 


46.41 


59.95 


10.49 


(9,023) 


60,415 


223,434 


224,112.00 


(678.00) 


50.33 


65.37 


11.09 


(3,242) 


13,738 


54,773 


54,859.00 


(86.00) 


52.64 


65.12 


11.96 


(1,420) 


17,546 


63,871 


62,845.00 


1,026.00 


45.89 


61.38 


10.92 


(1,957) 


5,691 


22,715 


22,816.00 


(101.00) 


52.86 


63.26 


11.98 


(6,677) 


35,978 


131,130 


131,035.00 


95.00 


50.14 


64.57 


10.93 


(5,531) 


28,808 


103,117 


103,729.00 


(612.00) 


46.49 


59.91 


10.74 


(15.685) 


109,244 


418,313 


418,542.00 


(229.00) 


50.05 


64.46 


11.49 


(12,412) 


88,869 


335,321 


330,683.00 


4,638.00 


51.01 


66.08 


11.32 


(139,314) 


685,850 


2,402,748 


2,408,106.00 


(5,358.00) 


48.89 


63.28 


10.51 


(27,242) 


141,904 


537,006 


539,358.00 


(2,352.00) 


49.38 


62.78 


11.35 


(14,880) 


129,592 


480,307 


482,271.00 


(1,964.00) 


49.52 


65.06 


11.12 


(11,263) 


97,131 


351,960 


353,960.00 


(2,000.00) 


46.34 


61.30 


10.87 


(210,225) 


1,720,141 


5,790,195 


5,812,252.00 


(22,057.00) 


46.77 


63.26 


10.10 


(2,797) 


12,254 


46,695 


47,518.00 


(823.00) 


50.14 


62.87 


11.43 


(2,095) 


17,859 


62.732 


63.054.00 


(322.00) 


46.39 


61.% 


10.54 


(8,371) 


54,590 


203,391 


203,082.00 


(309.00) 


52.64 


68.12 


11.18 


(3,278) 


18,160 


68,732 


68,917.00 


(185.00) 


50.14 


64.00 


11.35 


(9,607) 


36,650 


141,759 


142,696.00 


(937.00) 


49.37 


61.00 


11.60 


(11,529) 


72,037 


263,316 


265,331.00 


(2,015.00) 


49.42 


64.16 


10.97 


(5,072) 


22,027 


84,038 


85,155.00 


(1,117.00) 


48.91 


61.27 


11.45 


(6,347) 


38,358 


123,323 


121,723.00 


1,600.00 


45.89 


61.97 


9.65 


(5,511) 


29,909 


113,730 


114,376.00 


(646.00) 


52.64 


67.02 


11.41 


(5,446) 


17,634 


77,232 


77,841.00 


(609.00) 


52.64 


62.51 


13.14 


(3,291) 


12,683 


48,209 


48,006.00 


203.00 


52.64 


65.38 


11.40 


(3,022) 


29,267 


103,806 


104,689.00 


883.00 


46.76 


62.58 


10.64 


(4,128) 


28,034 


102,595 


102,198.00 


397.00 


50.14 


65.37 


10.98 


(1,844) 


5,622 


22,703 


22,720.00 


(17.00) 


52.69 


63.20 


12.11 


(1,005) 


4,384 


17,620 


17,892.00 


(272.00) 


50.14 


62.04 


12.06 


(54,410) 


130,304 


418,045 


421,182.00 


(3,137.00) 


48.96 


60.17 


9.62 


(631,380) 


2,466.965 


7,930,072 


8,058,967.00 


(128,895.00) 


45.91 


59.74 


9.64 


(15,416) 


76,764 


297,187 


299,722.00 


(2,535.00) 


49.09 


61.86 


11.61 


(31,642) 


154,976 


572,728 


574,393.00 


(1,665.00) 


48.89 


62.31 


11.09 


(4,738,673) 


19,561,092 


63,575,951 


63,962,674.00 


(386,723.00) 


48.46 


63.20 


9.75 


(3,413) 


24,920 


99,448 


99,666.00 


(218.00) 


50.14 


63.97 


11.97 


(77,920) 


456,514 


1,486,681 


1,493,860.00 


(7,179.00) 


46.39 


62.24 


9.77 


(7,279) 


38.459 


138.892 


138,933.00 


(41.00) 


46.51 


59.97 


10.83 



70 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour. . . 
Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities 



kW 
3,498.4 
1,428.3 
41,659.3 
1,081.5 
7,086.5 

21,566.8 

348.3 

555.3 

1,616.2 

2,104.4 

2,244.8 

61,711.5 

1,721.6 

680.3 

421.5 

47,742.9 

746.3 

1,148.5 

1,648.9 

702.3 

1,490.0 

32,054.9 

2,512.6 

380.7 

2,720.8 

287.4 

263,301.4 

4,666.2 

3,640.7 

39,447.5 

436.1 

1,270.2 

116,134.9 

898.0 

7,887,107.7 



kWh -000 

19,938.1 

7,662.5 

261,408.6 

6,118.4 

40,285.8 

136,600.8 

1,925.4 

3,167.5 

8,041.6 

11,926.8 

11,342.5 
387,949.9 
8,950.7 
3,791.2 
2,216.4 

280.802.8 
3,788.8 
6,163.2 
8,535.4 
4,183.0 

8,016.6 
190,613.1 
14,295.0 
2,001.7 
15,975.1 

1,395.6 

1,661.720.9 

26,628.6 

23,184.1 

231.944.0 

2.583.8 

7,174.7 

748,777.3 

4,872.8 

49,340,428.7 



$ 
150,035 

61,255 
1,786,627 

46,382 
303,917 

924,928 
14,938 
23,814 
69,314 
90,252 

96,273 
2,646,598 
73,835 
29,176 
18,077 

2,047,532 
32,006 
49,255 
70,717 
30,119 

63,902 

1,374,726 

107,757 

16,326 

116,686 

12.325 

11,292,106 

200,117 

156,136 

1,691,769 

18,703 

54,474 

4.980,633 

38,512 

338.251.360 



$ 
10,502 

4,202 
125,059 

3,182 
21,273 

64.742 
1,025 
1,634 
4,755 
6,191 

6,631 
3.701 
5,081 
2,001 
1,265 

143,322 
2,196 
3.379 
4.851 
2,066 

4,393 
96,227 
7,465 
1,120 
8.046 

863 

790,418 

14,008 

10,929 

118.420 

1,283 

3.737 

348,631 

2.642 

21.852.841 



5,444 
4,122 



1,328 
2,117 
6,160 
8,021 

6,830 



5,528 
2,593 



2,845 
4,378 
6,285 

2,677 

5,111 



4,962 
1,451 

7,757 



1,662 
4,841 



3,423 
1.117,056 



48 



30.556 
4,591 



5,709 
71 



204 
692 



9,577 
116 



952 

1.474 

925 



♦See notes page 72 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



71 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1973 





Energy at 


Cost of 












Return 


3.oo Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 






on Equity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


perkWh 


(11.623) 


59,814 


210.525 


209,384.00 


1,141.00 


46.40 


60.18 


10.56 


(2,993) 


22,988 


91,610 


93,064.00 


(1,454.00) 


50.14 


64.14 


11.96 


(50,724) 


784,226 


2,800,722 


2,795,335.00 


5,387.00 


49.62 


67.23 


10.71 


(2.754) 


18,355 


69,828 


70.235.00 


(407.00) 


50.14 


64.57 


11.41 


(18,873) 


120,857 


435,308 


437,581.00 


(2,273.00) 


47.04 


61.43 


10.81 


(75.580) 


409.802 


1,394.301 


1,408,778.00 


(14,477.00) 


49.15 


64.65 


10.21 


(1,329) 


5.776 


22,854 


23.205.00 


(351.00) 


52.85 


65.62 


11.87 


(1.890) 


9,503 


35,456 


35,551.00 


(95.00) 


50.14 


63.85 


11.19 


(3,395) 


24,125 


101.767 


103,439.00 


(1,672.00) 


50.14 


62.97 


12.66 


(6,737) 


35,781 


139,821 


139,666.00 


155.00 


52.64 


66.44 


11.72 


(8,992) 


34,028 


141,708 


144,996.00 


(3,288.00) 


51.97 


63.13 


12.49 


(127.881) 


1,163,850 


3,871,403 


3,878,261.00 


(6,858.00) 


45.95 


62.73 


9.98 


(8,629) 


26,852 


108.524 


106,449.00 


2,075.00 


52.45 


63.04 


12.12 


(2,151) 


11,374 


43,333 


43,834.00 


(501.00) 


50.14 


63.70 


11.43 


(709) 


6,649 


25,282 


25.743.00 


(461.00) 


45.89 


59.98 


11.41 


(148,119) 


842,408 


3,028,372 


3,028,592.00 


(220.00) 


48.89 


63.43 


10.78 


(3,339) 


11,366 


47,313 


47,130.00 


183.00 


52.64 


63.40 


12.49 


(4,387) 


18,489 


71,688 


72,034.00 


(346.00) 


50.14 


62.42 


11.63 


(7,762) 


25,606 


104,644 


106,381.00 


(1,737.00) 


52.64 


63.46 


12.26 


(2,606) 


12,549 


45,156 


45,261.00 


(105.00) 


50.14 


64.30 


10.80 


(5.801) 


24,050 


96,125 


97,341.00 


(1.216.00) 


52.27 


64.51 


11.99 


(70,953) 


571,839 


1,997,443 


2,014,368.00 


(16,925.00) 


46.69 


62.31 


10.48 


(8,573) 


42,885 


155.868 


154,552.00 


1,316.00 


48.38 


62.03 


10.90 


(1,814) 


6,005 


23,278 


23.526.00 


(248.00) 


50.14 


61.15 


11.63 


(8,536) 


47,925 


174,942 


174,468.00 


474.00 


49.82 


64.30 


10.95 


(1,124) 


4,187 


16.395 


16,681.00 


(286.00) 


46.39 


57.05 


11.75 


(893,774) 


4,985,163 


16,964,769 


17.088.778.00 


(124,009.00) 


48.89 


64.43 


10.21 


(16,771) 


79,886 


281,047 


283,734.00 


(2,687.00) 


46.70 


60.23 


10.55 


(13,151) 


69,552 


235,313 


233,356.00 


(1,957.00) 


49.14 


64.63 


10.15 


(136,375) 


695,832 


2,487,989 


2,501,543.00 


(13,554.00) 


48.89 


63.07 


10.73 


(1,792) 


7.751 


27,825 


27,635.00 


190.00 


50.14 


63.80 


10.77 


(3,295) 


21,524 


85,180 


85,686.00 


(506.00) 


52.71 


67.06 


11.87 


(428,388) 


2,246,332 


7,495,613 


7,522,900.00 


(27,287.00) 


48.89 


64.54 


10.01 


(3,456) 


14,619 


58,434 


58,892.00 


(458.00) 


52.64 


65.07 


11.99 


(22,788,189) 


148,021,293 


506,378,238 


507,836,295.00 


(1,458,057.00) 


48.33 


64.20 


10.26 



72 Appendix II — Finance 



Notes 

1. Certain functions in the production and supply of power are considered to be used by all customers in relation to kilowatt demand 
requirements. Therefore the associated costs are allocated at a common rate to all customers. 

2. Stage I transformation and metering costs are those associated with transformation at high-voltage stations from 115 kv to a voltage less 
than 1 1 5 kv but exceeding 10 kv. These costs are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers requiring the service. 

Stage II transformation and metering costs are those associated with transformation at low-voltage stations from 44 kv, 27.6 kv, 13.8 kv or 
similar voltages to a delivery voltage of less than 10 kv. These costs are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers requiring the service. 

3. Special facilities costs are those associated with low-voltage line facilities located within a municipality's or local system's boundaries that 
serve only that customer. Also included in this category are charges for providing standby services, adjustments for the net surpluses or 
deficits arising from power contracts containing unusual rates or supply conditions, and reductions allowed for interruptible power. 

4. Frequency standardization assessments are made to customers of the former Southern Ontario System at the rate of $3.00 per kilowatt to 
all customers who were converted to 60-hertz frequency, and $.50 per kilowatt to all non-converted 60-hertz customers. 

5. Return on equity is calculated at 4% on equities accumulated through debt retirement charges after giving recognition to direct customers' 
contributions for debt retirement prior to 1 966. The cost of providing the return on equity is included in common demand costs. 

6. The portion of the cost of power attributable to producing energy, rather than meeting demand requirements, has been classified as 
energy cost. For allocation purposes, this cost has been established at 3.00 mills per kWh. 

7. The demand cost is the per kilowatt cost of primary power, exclusive of energy cost. 

8. The asterisk indicates that this particular utility operates its own generating facilities for the supply of part of its power requirement. 

9. The amount appropriated for stabilization of rates and contingencies as shown on the Statement of Operations consists of: 

$ '000 
Interest and provisions 47,214 

Withdrawal for deficits in Power District (1 2,436) 

34,778 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



73 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE COST 
OF PRIMARY POWER 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 





Municipalities 


Power District 






Retail 
Customers 


Direct 
Customers 


Total 


Cost of Primary Power 

Cost of return on equity 

Interest and provisions - reserve for 
stabilization of rates and 


$ '000 
23,037 

33,091 
282,123 


$ '000 
4,766 

6,846 
60,538 


$ '000 
5,066 

7,277 
63,060 


$ '000 
32.869 

47,214 




405,721 








338,251 

21,853 

1,117 

1.374 

18,550 

(22,788) 

148,021 


72,150 

4,734 

3,847 

(72) 

2,445 

(4,896) 

31,580 

76.915 


75,403 

2.003 

9 

(2.559) 
1.022 

(5,184) 

42,315 


485,804 


Transformation and metering - stage I 

Transformation and metering - stage II 

Special facilities 

Frequency standardization 

Return on equity 

Energy at 3.00 mills per kWh 

Retail distribution costs 


28,590 
4,973 
(1,257) 

22,017 

(32,868) 
221,916 

76.915 


Cost of primary power allocated to customers 

Amounts Billed for Primary Power. . . . 


506,378 
507.836 


186,703 

177,743 


113.009 
109,533 


806,090 
795,112 


Excess (Deficiency) of Amounts Billed 
over Costs 


1,458 


(8,960) 


(3.476) 


1,458 


Withdrawal from the reserve for stabilization 
of rates and contingencies, retail and direct 
customers, to offset net deficit on sales to 


(12,436) 







See accompanying notes on page 72 



74 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31 ,1972 



Additions in the 
Year through 

Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig . . . 

Ajax 

Alexandria . . . 
Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg. . 
AncasterTwp. . 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay . . . 
Bath 

Beachburg. . . . 
Beachville 
Beamsville. . . . 
Beaverton 
Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield. . . . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon. . . 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville . , 

Bracebridge. . . 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 
Brantford 



$ 
764.224 

77,789 
712,016 
371,899 

61,738 

374,435 
220,294 
78,040 
647,876 
310,629 

24,040 
59,545 
646,333 
159,264 
81,547 

405,977 
728,386 
16,633 
633,275 
143,243 

182,651 
149,833 
2,782,932 
62,797 
51,298 

36,405 
365,680 
256,595 
194,629 
106,727 

153,909 

3,324,896 

66,376 

313,298 

79,292 

120,406 
112,907 
199,326 
92,684 
1,145,064 

73,146 

276,184 

140,354 

2,763,733 

8,532,480 



$ 
40,563 

3,309 
95,617 
28,679 

7,432 

26,322 
19,935 

2,353 
43,438 
18,792 

1,132 

2,157 

52,303 

12,562 

5,536 

22,638 
75,699 

1,125 
38,230 

9,805 

7,205 
14,346 
275,347 
6,755 
4.849 

3,209 
19,634 
18,802 
13,439 

6,136 

14,795 

242,297 

7,679 

17,643 

4,208 

7,264 
10,961 

22,500 
4,670 
81,244 

16,109 
20.003 
11,480 

305.272 
440,824 



389 
380 



$ 
804,787 

81,098 
807,633 
400,578 

69,170 

400,757 
240,229 
80,393 
691,314 
329,421 

25,172 
61,702 
698,636 
171,826 
87,083 

428,615 
804,085 
17,758 
671,505 
153,048 

189,856 
164,179 
3,058,279 
69,552 
56,147 

39,614 
385,314 
275,397 
208,068 
112,863 

168,704 

3,567,193 

74,055 

331,044 

83,500 

127,670 
123,868 
222,215 
97,354 
1,226,688 

89,255 

296,187 

151,834 

3,069,005 

8,973.304 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



75 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 3 1,1972 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Bridgeport. . . . 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . . . 
Burk"s Falls. . . 

Burlington. . . . 
Cache Bay .... 
Caledonia 
Campbellford . 
Campbellville . 

Cannington . . . 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place . 
Casselman. . . . 

Cayuga 

Chalk River . . . 
Chapleau Twp. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth . . . 

Chesley 

Chesterville . . . 
Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood . . 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown. . . . 
Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 
Deep River . . . 
Delaware 



$ 
875.403 

32,717 
139,960 

62,413 
245,377 

2,493,904 
124,221 
134,016 
40,257 
82,547 

4,127,590 
41,637 
200,520 
105,580 
29,306 

124,575 
225,101 
137,584 
706,880 
84,257 

96,786 
49,271 
107,938 
3,899,461 
48,764 

264,220 
230,415 
205,466 
72,656 
402,412 

83,036 

1,469,501 

267,095 

144,486 

109.810 

1,288,920 
85,135 
92,627 
65,936 
50,014 

42,549 
96,234 
63,141 
321,770 
40,704 



$ 
102,489 

1,791 
10,130 

2,123 
17,825 

156.796 
5,264 
5,780 
1,864 

7,387 

564,391 

2,834 

11,381 

17,120 

1,458 

7,130 
17,878 

6,338 
30,882 

8,728 

5,256 
4,099 
16,914 

257,042 
2,549 

10,235 
12,300 
14,718 
3,532 
18,112 

5,570 

113,953 

30,302 

10,767 

6,230 

110,383 
3,507 
11,194 
4,811 
2,558 

2,201 
5,419 
2,699 
34,111 
2,245 



$ 
977,892 

34,508 
150,090 

64,536 
263,202 

2,650,700 
129,485 
139,796 
42,121 
89,934 

4,691,981 

44,471 

211,901 

122,700 

30,764 

131,705 
242,979 
143,922 
737,762 
92,985 

102,042 

53,370 

124,852 

4,156,503 

51,313 

274,455 
242,715 
220,184 
76,188 
420,524 

88,606 

1,583,454 

297,397 

155,253 

116,040 

1,399,303 
88,642 
103,821 

70,747 
52,572 

44,750 
101,653 

65,840 
355,881 

42,949 



76 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1972 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro. ....... 

Embrun 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls. . . 
Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown. . . , 

Glencoe , 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend. . . 
Grand Valley. . 

Granton 

Gravenhurst . . 
Grimsby 



$ 
331,913 
163,624 

74.817 
89,037 
301,843 

50,854 
373,989 
46,258 
124,417 
1,401,135 

668,089 
280,605 
107,488 
9,039,629 
64,458 

739,444 
121,285 
39,182 

221,535 
79,713 

70,226 
82,029 
14,849 
83,037 
202,473 

337,438 

23.334,316 

419,174 

43,600 

771.450 

50,824 
67,529 
168.883 
309,227 
95,252 

4.760,158 
1,301,346 
148,354 
1,407,271 
1,079,399 

115,979 
102.692 
37,260 
437,681 
411,048 



$ 

22,547 

12,153 
4,552 
4,766 

18,772 

1,918 

33,589 

2,156 

7,994 

94,408 

33,095 
15,036 

3,409 
597,036 

6,669 

48,708 
7,847 
1,546 

12,258 
3,614 

10,418 

3,567 

796 

10,873 

29,182 

22,945 
2,169,242 
22,770 
12.123 
59,489 

2.622 
4,988 
10.337 
15.831 
8.830 

292.608 

100.455 

9,880 

255,807 
58,128 

7,106 

4,947 

1,400 

23,706 

32,076 



$ 

354,460 

175,777 

79,369 

93,803 

320,615 

52,772 
407,578 

48,414 

132,411 

1,495,543 

701,184 

295,641 

1 10.897 

9,636,665 

71,127 

788,152 
129,132 

40,728 
233,793 

83,327 

80,644 
85,596 
15,645 
93,910 
231,655 

360,383 

25,503,558 

441.944 

55,723 
830,939 

53.446 

72.517 

179,220 

325,058 

104,082 

5,052,766 
1.401,801 
158,234 
1,663.078 
1,137,527 

123,085 
107,639 
38,660 
461,387 
443.124 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



11 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31. 1972 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury . . . . 
Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 
Kemprville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station . . 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 
Markdale 



6.704.180 

433.942 

61.320.664 

754,031 

268.293 

281,301 

77,844 
114,101 
460,198 
263.490 

157,603 

1,129,878 

54.207 

21.678 

545,979 

1,221,669 
115,061 

97,964 
379,495 
297,862 

280,924 
35,350 

450,642 

91,455 

5,803,723 

397,072 

22,177 

12,862,912 

233,387 

153,250 

70,221 
53,377 
91,389 
19,952 
1,140,730 

1,636,638 

681.681 

20,421,594 

54,829 

124,348 

176,809 

67,055 
157,131 

12,569 
126.401 



$ 
520.665 
16,081 
3.878.815 
50.106 
12,686 

13.691 
4,997 
5,507 
89,832 
39,958 

9,653 

65,839 

2,413 

941 

27,917 

47,521 

7,634 

4,258 

38, 963 

19.537 

62,006 
3.184 

25,681 

8.425 

396,262 

29,067 

1,175 

882.704 

14,126 

10,196 

4,425 
2,909 
5,697 
2,204 
67,614 

109,977 

35,292 

1,431,865 

6,074 

6,808 

6,765 
2.799 
9.524 
1,093 
8,995 



$ 

7,224,845 

450,023 

65,199,479 

804,137 

280,979 

294,992 
82,841 
119,608 
550,030 
306,266 

167,256 

1,195.717 

56,620 

22,619 

573,896 

1,269,190 
122,695 
102,222 
418,458 
317,399 

342,930 

38,534 

476,323 

99,880 

6,199,985 

426,139 

23,352 

13,745,616 

247,513 

163,446 

74,646 
56,286 
97,086 
22,156 
1,208,344 

1,746,615 

716,973 

21,853,459 

60,903 

131,156 

183,574 
69,854 

166,645 
13,662 

135,396 



78 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1972 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Markham .... 

Marmora 

Martintown. . . 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp.. 

Meaf'ord 

Merlin 

Merrickville. . . 
Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook .... 

Milton 

Milverton .... 
Mississauga. . . 

Mitchell 

Moorefield. . . . 
Morrisburg . . . 
Mount Brydges 
Mount Forest. . 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp. . . 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh .... 

Newbury 

Newcastle .... 
New Hamburg. 
Newmarket . . . 
Niagara 

Niagara Falls. . 
Nipigon Twp.. . 
North Bay .... 
North York . . . 
Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs . . . 

Omemee 

Orangeville . . . 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 



$ 
561,268 
115,020 
24,972 
53.455 
96,664 

89,053 

493,101 

74,033 

61,029 

1,684,694 

75,726 

65,182 

819,949 

221,682 

9,919,873 

375,734 
50,341 

184,143 
71,595 

351,728 

612.475 

2,492,623 

55,199 

15,092 

33,138 

32.609 
136,368 
332,297 
833.850 
313,607 

5,807,878 
239,337 

3,498,678 

25,303,576 

202,675 

102,150 

5,803,659 

97,614 

64,461 

617,421 

881,069 

74,916 

10,839,751 

22,351,661 

71,542 



$ 

76,607 
7,022 
1,065 
6.315 
5.576 

4,656 

32,059 

3.469 

5,115 

96,752 

3,926 

4,275 

61,518 

8,857 

1,543,203 

21,292 
2,386 

13,186 
4,380 

21,499 

31,308 

444,507 

2,699 

1.618 

2,767 

1,941 
11,573 
20,829 
78,402 
16,123 

316,570 

15,047 

299,470 

3,203,174 

7.370 

6,369 

650,297 

1,939 

3,728 
53,517 

126,264 

6,016 

825,032 

2,458,235 

3,116 



$ 
637.875 
122,042 
26,037 
59,770 
102,240 

93,709 

525,160 

77,502 

66,144 

1,781,446 

79,652 

69,457 

881.467 

230,539 

11,463,076 

397,026 

52,727 
197,329 

75,975 
373,227 

643,783 

2.937,130 

57,898 

16,710 

35,905 

34,550 
147,941 
353,126 
912,252 
329,730 

6,124,448 

254,384 

3,798,148 

28,506,750 

210,045 

108,519 

6,453.956 

99,553 

68,189 

670,938 

1,007,333 

80,932 

11,664,783 

24,809,896 

74,658 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



79 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31. 1972 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Owen Sound . . . 

Paisley 

Palmerston .... 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound . . . 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough. . . 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet .... 
Plattsville 

Point Edward . . 
Port Burwell . . . 
Port Colborne . . 
Port Credit .... 
Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll . . 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan .... 

Port Stanley. . . . 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River .... 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill. . 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines . . 
St. Clair Beach. . 



2.354.892 
99,662 
271,039 
771,406 
169,350 

321,336 
185,402 
498,233 
774,921 
6,483,001 

535,728 
83,538 

666,871 
51,922 

106,804 

795,306 

42,433 

1,424,022 

1,423,987 

329,946 

282,963 

1,244,880 

153,390 

255,903 

65,763 

260,958 

591,630 

1,893,917 

9,952 

65,627 

60,254 
60,295 
104,082 
517,706 
102,185 

1,177,396 
315,645 

71,740 
131,946 

86,068 

106,819 

30,539 

59,891 

13,506,743 

104,652 



$ 
134,114 

5,919 
10,784 
38,676 

7,793 

33,349 
55,851 
31,268 
43,868 
409,809 

20,385 
10,846 
29,452 
6,623 
5,500 

45,809 

2,469 

89,158 

119,742 

14,649 

30,357 
85,406 

8,312 
19,366 

2,969 

9,143 

32,334 

120,913 

584 

2,821 

2,566 

6,538 

6,432 

40,501 

11,477 

129,760 
16,338 

3,694 
15,442 

4,587 

4,512 
1,558 
3,946 
999,841 
9,267 



$ 
2,489,006 
105,581 
281,823 
810,082 
177,143 

354,685 
241,253 
529,501 
818,789 
6,892,810 

556,113 
94,384 

696,323 
58,545 

112,304 

841,115 

44,902 

1,513,180 

1,543,729 

344,595 

313,320 

1,330,286 

161,702 

275,269 

68,732 

270,101 

623,964 

2,014,830 

10,536 

68,448 

62,820 

66,833 

110,514 

558,207 

113,662 

1,307,156 
331,983 

75,434 
147,388 

90,655 

111,331 

32,097 

63,837 

14,506,584 

113,919 



80 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1972 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling . 

Stoney Creek 

StouffVille 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. . . 
Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 



$ 

103,048 

130,637 

1,101,988 

3,359,869 

370,135 

9,888,000 

17,687,979 

153,788 

343,565 

187,197 

1,353,560 
269,136 

1,275,691 
241,876 
87,145 

35,745 

53,211 

179,241 

148,362 

414,568 

330,349 
3,755,666 
732,238 
392,885 
285,220 

5,339,742 

75.286 
55,048 
224,335 

87,724 

260,912 
308,051 
136,119 
192,000 
147,826 

147,100 
88,964 
76,376 

109,245 
50,056 

27,060 

1,427,657 

22,795,375 

414,765 

849,331 



$ 

5,712 
8,468 

27,028 
172,461 

52,274 

364,797 

2,036,363 

11,079 

13,262 

14,222 

88,955 
17,160 
72,246 
18,703 
4,602 

5,693 
1,965 

11,112 
9,417 

35,505 

27,765 
207,743 
46,800 
40,395 
31,415 

500,781 
4,064 
5,540 
16,337 
5,876 

12,715 
22,455 

7,505 
10,888 

9,285 

6,761 
4,035 
9,076 
8,587 
1,965 

1,554 

38,012 

726,365 

26,287 

50,295 



687 



$ 

108,760 

139,105 

1,129,016 

3,532,330 

422,409 

10,252,797 

19,724,342 

164,867 

356,827 

201,419 

1,442,515 
286,296 

1,347,937 
260,579 

91,747 

41,438 
55,176 
190,353 

157,779 
450,073 

358,114 
3,963,409 
779,038 
433,280 
316,635 

5,840,523 

79,350 

60,588 

240,672 

93,600 

273,627 
330,506 
143,624 
202,888 
157,121 

153,861 
92,999 
85,452 

117,832 
52,021 

28.614 

1,465,669 

23,521,740 

441,739 

899,626 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



81 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1973 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1972 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

VaughanTwp 

Victoria Harbour. . . 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities 



128,474,595 

91,783 

2,088,020 

194,801 

309,955 

78,329 
1,297,958 

73,330 

502,587 

2,027,830 

35,925 
50,802 
89,282 
180,924 
242,087 

3,389,075 

232,939 

57,708 

17,922 

3,963,027 

90,275 
118,605 
209,805 

70,186 
156,749 

1,869,765 
230,795 

49,162 
228,544 

30,246 

24,075,898 

450,867 

355,049 

3,662,760 

48,478 

87,959 

11.520,869 

93.423 



$ 
5,504,285 
8,505 
130,698 
12,672 
19.142 

7.815 
227,939 

5,917 
38,774 
118,003 

1,906 
3,038 
8,843 
11,514 
12,282 

337,655 
9,420 
3,722 
2,306 

261,225 

4,083 
6,284 
9,022 
3,843 
8,153 

175,389 
13,748 

2,083 
14,887 

1,573 

1,440,655 

25,531 

19,920 

215,837 

2,386 

6,950 

635,433 

4,913 



133,978,880 

100.288 

2,218,718 

207,473 

329,097 

86,144 
1,525,897 

79,247 

541,361 

2,145,833 

37,831 
53,840 
98,125 
192,438 
254,369 

3,726,730 

242,359 

61,430 

20,228 

4.224,252 

94,358 
124,889 
218,827 

74,029 
164,902 

2,045,154 
244,543 

51,245 
243,431 

31.819 

25.516.553 

476,398 

374,969 

3,878.597 

50.864 

94,909 

12,156,302 

98,336 



615,044,859 



43.154,347 



4,377 



658,203,583 



For total equities accumulated through debt retirement appropriations see statement on page 16 



APPENDIX IE — RETAIL 



Ontario Hydro is engaged in the retail distribution of power and in providing 
retail service as part of its Power District operation, which is quite distinct from the 
municipal electrical utility service, but is seen as comparable in scope with the 
operation of a municipal utility. The service is administered through 61 ad- 
ministrative Area Offices which deal primarily with rural customers, and through 
municipal distribution systems owned and operated by Ontario Hydro in each of 13 
communities where there is no elected or appointed municipal utility commission. 
Statistics relating to service in these 13 communities now included in this retail sec- 
tion were formerly grouped with statistical data for the municipal electrical utilities in 
the Municipal Service Supplement. Particular attention is, therefore, drawn to the 
notes supplementary to the statistical tables on pages 89 and 94 dealing with this 
change. 



Description of Main Classes of Service 

The farm class includes single-phase or three-phase electrical service to the farm 
residence and to all buildings and equipment used in the production and processing 
of farm products. In other words, for purposes of classification, a farm is a residence 
and a business. The business, which is agricultural production on a continuing basis, 
must be carried on at such a level as to ensure that the farm is a viable economic unit. 

The term "agricultural production", as used here, includes the work of 
cultivating soil, producing crops and raising livestock, as well as operations in nur- 
series, fur farms, hatcheries and egg production. Properties devoted solely to 
reforestation projects or the raising of Christmas trees, or having extensive acreage 
but not engaged in agricultural production are classified according to their use, but 
not as farms. Small properties of 30 acres and under are classified as residential, 
unless they are operated for some intensive or specialized form of agricultural produc- 
tion, for example fruit farming, poultry raising, market gardening, or nuseries. 

Service may be supplied under one farm service to all separate dwellings located 
on the property and occupied by persons engaged in its operation. Additional 
dwellings occupied by persons otherwise engaged are regarded as residential. 

82 



Classes ofR etail Service 83 



Classes of Service Defined 

Residential service is provided to establishments used primarily for living ac- 
commodation and considered to be the customer's permanent residence. There are 
two sub-classes of residential service for rate purposes — Group 1 (B) covering service 
in designated zones of high customer concentration where there are at least 100 
customers of any class in a group, with a density of not less than 25 customers per mile 
of any line, and Group 2 (R) covering service elsewhere. 

Residential intermittent-occupancy service is provided to any self-contained 
residential establishment which is not regarded as the customer's permanent residen- 
ce, where residential occupany is not continuous throughout a large part of the year, 
but rather, seasonal or intermittent, whether in summer or winter, or both. As in the 
year-round residential class, there are two sub-classes of residential intermittent- 
occupancy service for rate purposes. 

The general class covers service to all community business, processing, or 
manufacturing establishments supplied with single-phase or three-phase electrical 
service at secondary, rural primary distribution, or subtransmission voltage, exclusive 
of those that fall within the definition of the farm class. 



84 



Appendix HI — Retail Service 



Miles of rural primary line and 
number of customers 



1963 



miles of line 



67 



800.000 



- 600,000 



- 400,000 



200,000 




60,000 



40,000 



- 20,000 



73 



Annual increase 



miles 
4,000 



3,000 



2,000 



1,000 



miles of line 
customers 



4JS 



II 



; 



customers 
— 40,000 



S - 30,000 



;.•- 20,000 



10,000 



1963 65 67 69 71 73 



Miles of Line and Number of Customers 



85 



MELES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1973 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All-Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


Niagara Region 

Beamsville 

Brantford 

Cayuga 

Dundas 

Guelph 

Listowel 

Simcoe 

Stoney Creek 


611 

859 

755 

408 

1,000 

897 
833 
310 
607 


3,013 
3,047 
2,559 
1,578 
2,918 

3,583 

3,567 

787 

1,229 


7,470 
4,360 
3,398 
6,883 
6,867 

2,150 
4,917 
7,820 
7,096 


146 

60 

2,550 

483 

439 

1,745 

65 

1,337 


884 
775 
640 
662 
1,171 

577 
710 
966 
984 


11,513 
8,242 
9,147 
9,123 

11,439 

6,749 

10,939 

9,638 


Welland 


10,646 


Total 


6,280 


22,281 


50,961 


6,825 


7,369 


87,436 


Central Region 

Bowmanville 

Brampton 


690 
698 
542 
944 


1,581 
1,404 
1,023 
2,681 


5,835 
13,366 
17,360 

15,795 


1,410 
174 
118 

3,159 


684 
1,195 

2,300 
1,702 


9,510 
16,139 


Markham 

Newmarket 


20,801 

23,337 


Total 


2,874 


6,689 


52,356 


4,861 


5,881 


69,787 






Western Region 

Beachville 


1,456 
1,465 
851 
1,138 
1,776 

1,120 
1,569 


5,335 
5,728 
3,614 
5,186 
6,649 

4,153 
5,264 


5,623 
3,945 
5,986 
11,724 
6,389 

6,403 
4,999 


106 
2,242 

161 
2,661 
1,486 

2,117 

62 


972 

951 

999 

1,443 

1,524 

1,331 
1,022 


12,036 


Clinton 

East Elgin 

Essex 

Kent 

Lambton 

Strathroy 


12,866 
10,760 
21,014 
16,048 

14,004 
11,347 


Total 


9,375 


35,929 


45,069 


8,835 


8,242 


98,075 



86 



Appendix III — Retail Service 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1973 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All-Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


Eastern Region 

Arnprior 


659 
858 
946 
1,423 
665 

935 
1,272 
1,558 
1,607 

799 

981 
1,203 
1,640 


1,251 
532 
2,194 
2,460 
1,617 

2,300 
2,119 

2,722 
2,964 
2,433 

1,302 
3,976 
5,215 


5,993 
2,316 
5,401 
7,165 
3,858 

6,887 
12,332 

4,576 
7,250 

4,774 

2,872 

5,281 

10,305 


2,065 
5,795 
2,401 
3,144 
1,405 

1,116 

3,545 
5,807 
9,020 
1,694 

3,309 

1,520 

699 


780 
518 
896 

1,275 
601 

936 
1,495 

975 
1,237 

769 

705 
1,086 
1,393 


10 089 


Bancroft 

Brockville 


9,161 
10,892 
14,044 


Cobden 


Cobourg 

Frankford 

Kingston 


7,481 

11,239 
19 491 


Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Tweed 

Vanleek Hill 


14,080 

20,471 

9,670 

8,188 
11,863 


Winchester 


17,612 


Total 


14,546 


31,085 


79,010 


41,520 


12,666 


164,281 


Georgian Bay Region 

Alliston 

Barrie 

Bracebridge 

Fenelon Falls 


954 

596 

1,170 

1,211 

917 

685 
854 
675 
1,653 
719 

648 

560 

1,810 


2,986 
1,323 

238 
2,418 

284 

245 
2,072 
1,067 
4,056 

134 

640 
1,402 
6,503 


3,577 
7,762 
4,155 
4,871 
3,541 

2,545 
3,941 
4,291 
5,433 
2,369 

3,302 
3,240 
3,984 


538 

3,606 

13,008 

8,862 

5,996 

7,437 
567 
5,826 
7,849 
4,632 

8,452 
4,905 
2,932 


534 
978 
1,095 
900 
915 

704 
587 
754 
1,355 
647 

687 

679 

1,037 


7,635 
13,669 
18,496 
17,051 


Huntsville 

Minden 

Orangeville 

Orillia 


10,736 

10,931 

7,167 

11,938 


Owen Sound 


18,693 


Parry Sound 


7,782 


Penetanguishene 

Stayner 


13,081 
10,226 


Walkerton 


14,456 






Total . . . 


12,452 


23,368 


53,011 


74,610 


10,872 


161,861 







Miles of Line and Number of Customers 



87 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1973 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All-Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


Northeastern Region 

Algoma 


443 
408 
162 
688 
533 

768 
890 
805 
227 
618 


105 

82 

27 

620 

348 

1,116 
392 

192 
64 

472 


4,326 
4,691 
1,023 
2,658 
1,893 

2,257 
4,106 
15,953 
1,879 
3,304 


589 
499 
592 
1,418 
551 

620 
2,124 
1,873 

396 
2,048 


728 
623 
256 

771 
356 

589 

699 

1,499 

377 
596 


5,748 


Kapuskasing 


5,895 


Kirkland Lake 


1,898 


Manitoulin 


5,467 


Matheson 


3,148 


New Liskeard 


4,582 


North Bay 


7,321 


Sudbury 


19,517 


Timmins 


2,716 


Warren 


6,420 






Total 


5,542 


3,418 


42,090 


10,710 


6,494 


62,712 






Northwestern Region 

Dryden 


588 
704 
170 
385 
1,020 


186 

761 

1 

48 

546 


3,929 
1,577 
1,140 
1,711 
4,122 


650 

625 

89 

2,231 

2,436 


1,013 

522 
370 
509 
901 


5,778 


Fort Frances 


3,485 


Geraldton 


1,600 


Kenora 


4,499 


Thunder Bay 


8,005 






Total 


2,867 


1,542 


12,479 


6,031 


3,315 


23,367 







88 



Appendix HI — R etail Service 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1973 





Miles 

OF 

Primary 
Line 


Number of Customers 


Municipal Systems 


Residential 


General 




Operated by 
Ontario Hydro 


Ail-Year 


Seasonal 


Total 


Beardmore 


6 

6 

7 
5 

10 

32 

9 

15 

5 

8 
21 

45 


225 
967 
659 
557 
996 

955 
4,990 

763 
1,699 

337 

980 
2,022 
8,301 




69 
206 
115 
133 
199 

170 
841 
121 
334 

87 

117 

272 

1,218 


294 


Blind River 


1,173 

774 

690 

1 195 


Cobalt 

Englehart 

Geraldton 


Haileybury 


1,125 
5 831 


Kirkland Lake 


Mattawa 


884 


New Liskeard 

Powassan 


2,033 
424 


Schumacher 


1,097 
2,294 
9,519 


South Porcupine 

Timmins 


Total 


180 


23,451 




3,882 


27,333 





SUMMARY 
MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1973 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 




Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or Ail-Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


In Areas by Regions 
Niagara 


6,280 
2,874 
9,375 
14,546 
12,452 
5,542 
2,867 


22,281 

6,689 

35,929 

31,085 

23,368 

3,418 

1,542 


50,961 
52,356 
45,069 
79,010 
53,011 
42,090 
12,479 


6,825 

4,861 

8,835 

41,520 

74,610 

10,710 

6,031 


7,369 
5,881 
8,242 
12,666 
10,872 
6,494 
3,315 


87,436 


Central 


69,787 


Western 


98,075 


Eastern 


164,281 


Georgian Bay 


161,861 


Northeastern 


62,712 


Northwestern 


23,367 






Subtotal 


53,936 
180 


124,312 


334,976 
23,451 


153,392 


54,839 
3,882 


667,519 


In Ontario Hydro 
Municipal Systems .... 


27,333 


Total Retail 


54,116 


124,312 


358,427 


153,392 


58,721 


694,852 







Sales, Customers, and Revenue 



89 



RETAIL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use per 
Customer 


per 
kWh 






kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


In Areas 














Residential 


1966 


1,570,966,227 


26,365,167 


227,909 


584 


1.68 


Continuous 


1967 


l v 797, 122,700 


28,967,165 


238,386 


642 


1.61 


Occupancy 


1968 


1,992,463,900 


32,353,023 


245,009 


687 


1.62 




1969 


2,269,511,600 


39,313,409 


264,250 


743 


1.73 




1970 


2,524,131,700 


42,997,823 


276,910 


777 


1.70 




1971 


2,823,061,100 


48,928,583 


294,918 


823 


1.73 




1972 


3,071,166,100 


53,006,796 


305,677 


852 


1.73 




1973 


3,463,326,700 


63,383,382 


334,976 


901 


1.83 


Residential 


1966 


130,845,233 


5,835,789 


120,611 


92 


4.46 


Intermittent 


1967 


148,971,200 


6,229,861 


125,207 


101 


4.18 


Occupancy 


1968 


181,449,700 


6,815,172 


131,003 


118 


3.76 




1969 


208,120,000 


7,645,109 


136,694 


130 


3.67 




1970 


248,058,200 


8,382,464 


141,022 


149 


3.38 




1971 


278,306,300 


9,847,782 


145,830 


162 


3.54 




1972 


289,627,100 


10,245,934 


147,600 


165 


3.54 




1973 


320,235,700 


11,811,664 


153,392 


177 


3.69 


Farm 


1966 


1,240,088,007 


21,312,377 


133,305 


771 


1.72 




1967 


1,349,750,300 


22,573,596 


132,454 


846 


1.67 




1968 


1,424,332,100 


24,003,192 


130,406 


903 


1.69 




1969 


1,516,768,100 


27,032,992 


129,582 


972 


1.78 




1970 


1,586,725,200 


27,883,776 


128,322 


1,025 


1.76 




1971 


1,657,505,400 


29,642,894 


126,273 


1,085 


1.79 




1972 


1,708,195,100 


30,400,812 


125,356 


1,131 


1.78 




1973 


1,789,115,400 


33,487,121 


124,312 


1,194 


1.87 


General 


1966 


478,810,358 


8,654,367 


40,363 


987 


1.81 


Single-Phase 


1967 


515,704,600 


9,077,859 


40,560 


1,062 


1.76 




1968 


562,106,300 


9,887,524 


40,335 


1,158 


1.76 




1969 


643,275,400 


11,690,421 


42,027 


1,302 


1.82 




1970 


705,399,500 


12,659,180 


42,776 


1,386 


1.79 




1971 


750,602,700 


13,636,706 


43,773 


1,445 


1.82 




1972 


897,987,100 


16,087,833 


45,870 


1,670 


1.79 




1973 


977,844,600 


19,202,043 


47,948 


1,737 


1.96 


General 


1966 


964,044,750 


9,909,979 


3,356 


24,245 


1.03 


Three-Phase 


1967 


1,053,614,500 


10,345,693 


3,767 


24,653 


0.98 




1968 


1,141,270,400 


11,425,729 


3,932 


24,706 


1.00 




1969 


1,293,238,800 


13,527,305 


4,500 


25,562 


1.05 




1970 


2,176,499,300 


20,817,237 


5,022 


38,096 


0.96 




1971 


2,395,928,000 


24,906,603 


5,409 


38,282 


1.04 




1972 


2,731,262,400 


28,352,633 


5,712 


40,933 


1.04 




1973 


2,950,943,200 


34,221,040 


6,891 


39,024 


1.16 


Street Lighting 


1971 


32,355,300 


452,951 






1.40 




1972 


35,418,500 


495,847 






1.40 




1973 


40,058,500 


560,808 






1.40 


In Local Systems 














Residential 


1971 


180,748,300 


2,569,869 


24,614 


616 


1.42 




1972 


186,598,300 


2,757,733 


24,342 


635 


1.48 




1973 


185,805,700 


3,026,519 


23,451 


668 


1.63 


General 


1971 


123,585,400 


1,820,705 


3,930 


2,589 


1.47 




1972 


143,449,700 


2,151,483 


4,008 


3,012 


1.50 




1973 


148,355,900 


2,435,179 


3,882 


3,196 


1.64 


Street Lighting 


1971 


4,586,300 


63,984 






1.40 




1972 


4,848,500 


67,873 






1.40 




1973 


4,690,500 


65,760 






1.40 



See notes on following page. 



90 Appendix HI — R etail Service 

NOTES 

1 . Estimated energy use for flat-rate services are included in class totals. 

2. Commencing in 1970, the data for General Three-Phase Service in Areas include customers designated 
as Retail Special. 

3. General Service includes Commercial, Industrial and Small Commercial Services. 

4. Commencing in 1971, miscellaneous revenue from other than energy sales is no longer included in the 
revenue figures quoted on page 

5. Data for Ontario Hydro Local Systems prior to 1971 were included in the Municipal Utility table on 
page 

6. Street lighting data prior to 1971 was not compiled on a comparative basis. 

7. The Average Monthly Use of kilowatt-hours per customer is calculated by dividing the average of the 
customers served at the end of the current and previous year into the current year's kWh sales. 



SUPPLEMENT 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

The 353 municipal electrical utilities associated with the Ontario Hydro co- 
operative undertaking provide retail service in most cities, towns, villages, and certain 
townships. These utilities served 1,841,958 customers in 1973, and the statistics pre- 
sented in graphic and tabular form commencing in 1971 are for these retail customers 
only. The data for earlier years include that for retail customers served by the Cor- 
poration in a few municipalities, designated as local systems, in which Ontario Hydro 
owns and operates the distribution facilities. From 1971 onward, data for these latter 
communities appear in the section on Retail Service in Appendix III. 

At the beginning of 1974, 313 municipal utilities were using the general rate for 
former commercial and industrial customers. At that time the customers billed on 
this rate schedule numbered 131,003. For comparison of data in the years before this 
rate was in effect, commercial and industrial customers have been grouped under the 
general service. This grouping makes year-to-year comparison of energy sales and 
revenue approximate only. 

The municipal electrical utilities increased their investment in fixed assets by 
$67.8 million to a new total of over $1,050.5 million at the end of 1973. Net income for 
the year, together with depreciation charged, contributed capital, new borrowings, 
and an increase in other liabilities, provided for this increase and increases of about 
$5.1 million in current assets and $9.8 million in other assets of the utilities. 

91 



92 



Municipal Electrical Service 



New borrowings amounted to about $7.4 million. After redeeming about $6.7 
million of long-term debt, outstanding debt from borrowings showed an increase of 
$0.7 million at December 31, 1973. The sinking fund for redemption of debentures, in 
municipalities which issue sinking-fund debentures, was increased by about $4.1 
million in 1973 to a total of $24.7 million to retire debenture debt at some future date. 
As a result of these changes, the overall ratio of debt to equity declined from 16:84 in 
1972 to 15:85 in 1973. This decrease also reflects the influence of contributed capital 
which increased by $1 1.1 million to $69 million in 1973. 

Total assets of the 353 utilities, at December 31, 1973, amounted to $1,560.4 
million after deducting accumulated depreciation of $295.6 million. The increase of 
$101.4 million over the value of total assets at the end of 1972 includes an increase of 
$39.3 million for the equity of the utilities in the assets of Ontario Hydro. This equity 
shown in Statement A at $626.9 million constitutes 40.2 per cent of utility total assets, 
and the share of each utility in this total equity represents its accumulated con- 
tributions in the cost of power towards repayment of Ontario Hydro's long-term debt. 
These utility equities and their sum would correspond to those shown on the Ontario 
Hydro schedule of equities accumulated through debt retirement charges if these were 
available when utilities close their books at the end of the year. Since this is not 
possible, the equities shown in Statement A are, with a few exceptions, those at the 
end of 1972 rather than 1973. 



Municipal electrical utilities 

Financing of annual additions to fixed assets 



million 
dollars 
70 



funds from revenue 
(including depreciation) 

funds contributed 

funds borrowed 



r~ 



1964 



J. 



66 



* 



— 



r 



- 



68 



70 



_1 



as 



60 



50 



40 



30 



20 



10 



Annual Energy Use and Average Revenue per kilowatt-hour 



93 



The volume of energy sales by municipal electrical utilities in 1973 rose 7.7 per 
cent over that for 1972. This increase, together with higher utility rates to recover 
costs, provided an increase of $81.4 million, or 14.6 per cent, over 1972 service 
revenue. Rate increases in 1973 produced an increase of about 6 per cent in this 
revenue. The revenue for each of the classes of service for the years 1972 and 1973 is 
compared below. 



Municipal Revenue 

1973 
Sale of electrical energy 

Residential service $219,290,605 

General service 411,964,102 

Street lighting 6,741,395 

Total service revenue 637,996,102 

Miscellaneous revenue 26,541,627 

Total revenue $664,537,729 



1972 

$198,268,581 

352,286,480 

6,040,001 


Increase 
per cent 

10.6 
16.9 
16.1 


556,595,062 
24,158,657 


14.6 
9.9 



$580,753,719 



Municipal electrical utilities 
Revenue 



street lighting 
and other 



million 
dollars 



1,000 
800 





1964 



600 



400 



200 



100 
80 

60 
40 



20 



10 



94 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY 
ELECTRICITY SALES REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use per 
Customer 


per 
kWh 






kWh 


$ 




kWh 


C 


Residential 


1963 


8,255,600,930 


93,121,018 


1,382,270 


504 


1.13 




1964 


8,742,950,806 


98,724,259 


1,434,174 


517 


1.13 




1965 


9,423,405,257 


106,738,283 


1,475,590 


540 


1.13 




1966 


10,102,582,788 


114,462,536 


1,505,780 


565 


1.13 




1967 


10,796,826,704 


123,236,091 


1,540,505 


591 


1.14 




1968 


11,531,567,252 


137,250,772 


1,565,268 


619 


1.19 




1969 


12,081,214,500 


148,285,270 


1,583,631 


639 


1.23 




1970 


12,723,418,389 


162,817,259 


1,596,367 


667 


1.28 




1971 


13,112,193,740 


175,857,379 


1,586,841 


693 


1.34 




1972 


13,775,879,806 


198,268,553 


1,613,112 


718 


1.44 




1973 


14,263,163,142 


219,290,605 


1,627,774 


734 


1.54 


General 


1963 


13,565,207,861 


132,871,264 


146,752 


7,746 


0.98 




1964 


14,949,338,915 


144,695,451 


149,421 


8,413 


0.97 




1965 


16,657,367,531 


160,547,031 


151,320 


9,231 


0.96 




1966 


17,783,497,589 


172,629,761 


156,269 


9,636 


0.97 




1967 


19,044,822,355 


188,089,257 


164,647 


9,891 


0.99 




1968 


20,963,473,102 


213,030,137 


175,876 


10,260 


1.02 




1969 


22,951,036,688 


238,364,840 


182,940 


10,661 


1.04 




1970 


24,894,193,879 


269,130,236 


198,046 


10,890 


1.08 




1971 


27,078,525,324 


305,161,350 


202,758 


11,260 


1.13 




1972 


30,154,315,895 


352,286,480 


208,683 


12,215 


1.17 




1973 


33,058,492,115 


411,964,102 


214,184 


13,030 


1.25 


Street Lighting 


1971 


466,919,134 


6,228,565 






1.33 




1972 


482,795,970 


6,040,001 






1.25 




1973 


507,749,701 


6,741,395 






1.33 



NOTES: 



1. Estimated energy use for flat-rate services are included in class totals. 

2. Street lighting data prior to 1971 was not compiled on a comparative basis. 

3. Commencing in 1971, data relating to customers served through municipal systems operated by On- 
tario Hydro have been excluded from the above table and have been added to statistics under Retail 
System. 

4. General Service class includes both Commercial and Industrial Services. 



Municipal Electrical Service 95 

Total costs increased by $96.2 million, or 17.7 per cent, over amounts in 1972. Of 
this increase, the cost of power purchased and local generation increased by $88.7 
million, operation, maintenance, and administrative costs by $5.4 million, 
depreciation charged by $1.5 million, and other costs by $0.7 million. Net income was 
$26.7 million, $12.5 million less than in 1972. Ontario Hydro, in exercising its control 
and regulation of the municipal electrical utilities as required by Provincial Statute, 
considers the amount of net income before approving changes in municipal utility 
rates. 

The books of account from which the foregoing financial information is derived 
are kept by the utilities in accordance with a standard accounting system designed by 
Ontario Hydro for use by all municipal electrical utilities. These records are 
periodically inspected by the Corporation's municipal accountants. From time to time 
adjustments and improvements in accounting procedure and office routine are 
recommended as required. By providing this type of assistance and supervision, On- 
tario Hydro seeks to ensure the correct application of rates and standard procedures 
and the observance of a uniform classification of revenues and expenditures. The 
work carried out by the Corporation's municipal accountants on behalf of the utilities 
does not, however, constitute an audit of their accounts. The municipalities must 
make their own arrangements for this audit. 



96 Municipal Electrical Service 


Municipal Electrical Utilities 


Year 


1964 

357 
1,552,238 


1965 

360 

1,595,343 


1966 

358 

1,630,255 


1967 

355 

1,673,104 








A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
564,408,772 
133,554,046 


$ 
607,675,682 
148,250,022 


$ 
654.128,175 
164,122,993 


$ 
706,702.798 
182,315,075 








430,854,726 
22,394,390 


459,425,660 
29,195,624 


490,005,182 

12,138,312 
19,530,448 
9,515,323 
23,415,599 


524,387,723 

11,784,458 
21,164,511 

9,039,413 
23,168,868 

1.834,703 


CURRENT ASSETS 






13,290,755 
16,566,500 


9,749,732 
18,398,616 




Other 












52,251,645 

10,878,773 
6,626,453 
6,505,335 


57,343,972 

12,648,044 
7,740,863 
8,782,008 


64,599,682 

14.192,035 
9,073,286 
10,162,656 


66,991,953 


OTHER ASSETS 


15,803,084 
11,099,516 






10,185,521 








24,010,561 
354,153,351 


29,170,915 
378,707,011 


33,427,977 
406.329,792 


37,088,121 




439,046,394 








861,270,283 


924,647,558 


994,362,633 


1,067,514,191 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 


87,951.607 


92,106,967 


97,299,929 


99,973,438 


















87,951,607 

14,627.872 
9.799,228 


92,106,967 

17.815,810 
10,515,302 


97,299,929 

21,534,264 
10,693,822 


99,973,438 


LIABILITIES 


28,417,741 




8,671,660 








24.427,100 

96,501,461 
6,626,453 

278,077,894 
11,281,074 
2,251,343 


28,331,112 

101,145,958 
7,740,863 

300,558,283 
13,901,342 
2,156,022 


32,228,086 

105,895,961 

9.073,286 

323,795,867 

17,897,107 

1,842,605 


37,089,401 


EQUITY 


1 10,647,680 




11,099,516 


Accumulated net income invested in plant 


345,444,966 




22,754,217 




1,458,579 








394,738,225 
354,153,351 


425,502,468 
378,707,011 


458,504,826 
406,329,792 


491,404,958 




439,046,394 






Total debt, liabilities and equity 


861,270,283 


924,647,558 


994,362,633 


1,067,514,191 












B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


247,890,291 
6,108,283 


272,214,069 
7,176,496 


292,499,953 
8.640,589 


316,856,666 




9.690,237 








253,998,574 


279390,565 


301,140,542 


326,546,903 






EXPENSE 


167,184.292 
564.536 
23,527,954 
20,367,906 
9.678,755 
13,486,318 
26,460 


184,480,710 

571,767 
21,920,862 
21,816,697 
10,222,785 

17,744,672 
78,450 


201,058,552 
612,063 
23,123,145 
23,762,160 
11,045,582 
19,352,182 
92,300 


220,454,314 




708,788 




25,552,916 




26,050,076 




12,131,296 




21,137,680 


Other 


57,309 








234,836,221 


256,835,943 


279,045,984 


306,092,379 








19,162,353 


22,554,622 


22,094,558 


20,454,524 







Statements A and B 



97 



Consolidated Financial Statements 1964-1973 



1%8 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


354 


354 


353 


353 


353 


353 


1.709,111 


1.738.512 


1.766.086 


1,789.599 


1.821,795 


1.841.958 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


759,163,167 


815,382.191 


866,551,765 


921,558,139 


982,727.779 


1.050.510,249 


200.212,484 


219.237,998 


238,749,590 


257.488,023 


275,053.201 


295,645,842 


558.950.683 


596.144,193 


627,802,175 


664,070,116 


707,674,578 


754,864,407 


1 1 .554.954 


12.739.781 


11,889,717 


14.698,217 


20,189.935 


17,271,409 


27.957.092 


23.006.015 


29,340,687 


30,408,110 


34,361,115 


37,882,051 


8.252.468 


7.844.003 


5,827,448 


5,272,152 


5,133.856 


4,692,984 


27,549.947 


31.285.055 


32,352,591 


36,133,163 


44,081,793 


47,931,017 


1,488.012 


3.029.452 


2.928,405 


3.196.264 


3,170,023 


4,235,553 


76.802.473 


77,904.306 


82,338,848 


89,707,906 


106,936,722 


112,013,014 


15.883.122 


17,486.722 


18,107,495 


18,556.619 


20,701,911 


22.720,335 


11.969,393 


13.651.400 


15,859.915 


17,834.443 


20,615,968 


24,737,545 


11.696.011 


14,171.097 


14,822.683 


17,868,993 


15,512.583 


19,185,690 


39.548,526 


45.309.219 


48.790,093 


54,260,055 


56,830.462 


66.643,570 


464.803,659 


492,190,861 


520,667,796 


552,515,442 


587,606,219 


626,886,194 


1.140,105341 


1,211,548,579 


1,279,598,912 


1,360,553,519 


1,459,047,981 


1,560,407,185 


108,216.271 


115,947,129 


117,438,918 


121,562,154 


122,967,025 
1,189,080 


123,477,707 
1,343,259 












108,216,271 


115,947,129 


117,438,918 


121,562,154 


124,156,105 


124,820,966 


40,797,753 


48,349,939 


50,925,570 


57,209,863 


64,349,460 


73,849,720 


13,611,744 


14,857,102 


15,748,438 


17,823,374 


16,238,438 


20,595,099 


54,409,497 


63,207,041 


66,674,008 


75,033,237 


80,587,898 


94,444,819 


116,735.092 


122,655,357 


128,751.301 


134,884,232 


141,415,655 


148,111,734 


11,969.393 


13,651,400 


15,859,915 


17,834,443 


20,615,968 


24,737,545 


355,282.175 


369,349,157 


388,752,020 


408,399,919 


445,801,618 


470,065,391 


27,350,519 


33,201.470 


40,387,679 


49,263,494 


57,902,775 


69,030,143 


1,338,735 


1,346.164 


1.067,275 


1,060,598 


961,743 


2,310,393 


512,675,914 


540.203,548 


574,818,190 


611,442,686 


666,697,759 


714,255,206 


464,803,659 


492,190,861 


520,667,796 


552,515,442 


587,606,219 


626,886,194 


1,140,105341 


1,211,548,579 


1,279,598,912 


1,360,553,519 


1,459,047,981 


1,560,407,185 


355,980,197 


393,604,382 


439,342,533 


487,247,297 


556,595,034 


637,996,102 


10.952,677 


13.420,863 


14.908,233 


22,258,811 


24.158,685 


26,541,627 


366,932,874 


407,025,245 


454,250,766 


509,506,108 


580,753,719 


664,537,729 


252.555,717 


288,156,598 


325,567,580 


373,906,802 


419,458,744 


508,212,216 


749.020 


813.078 


877,188 


967,032 


1,013,587 


999.948 


28.713.279 


30,231.314 


33,066,815 


35,900,479 


38,769,966 


41,686.082 


29.316.059 


32,811.759 


34,289,142 


36.375,738 


36,226,052 


38,710,621 


13,359.494 


14,683,093 


15,530,872 


15.796.567 


16,146,289 


16,575,465 


22,018.755 


23.592,618 


24.729,702 


26,024,776 


27,904,709 


29,437,838 


67.422 


68.910 


66,934 


25,000 


2,124,612 


2,201,227 


346,779,746 


390,357,370 


434,128,233 


488,996,394 


541,643,959 


637,823,397 


20,153,128 


16,667,875 


20,122,533 


20,509,714 


39,109,760 


26,714,332 



98 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 


Municipality 


Acton 
1,794 


Ailsa Craig 

265 


Ajax 
3.961 


Alexandria 
1,323 


Alfred 

385 


Alliston 
1.226 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
889,500 
168.089 


$ 
87,809 

15,757 


$ 

2.612,854 

726,578 


$ 
599.776 
225.569 


$ 
127,035 
57,969 


$ 
489,316 
180,036 








721,411 

51,770 

85,000 

3.000 

25,997 


72,052 
9,833 


1,886,276 

86.232 
50,000 
6.450 
43,468 
11,891 


374,207 

33,471 
63,000 


69,066 

22,210 
5,000 


309,280 

15,440 
73,000 
25,000 
5,639 
1,211 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 






1.287 


3,607 


4,207 

753 


Other 










165,767 
3,237 


11.120 


198,041 
41,583 


100,078 
21,301 


32,170 


120,290 
11,298 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 










4,364 


4,287 


519 














3,237 
764,224 




45,947 
712.016 


25,588 
371,899 


519 
61.738 


11,298 

374,435 




77,789 






1,654,639 


160,961 


2,842,280 


871,772 


163,493 


815,303 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


13,600 




540,500 


40,700 


5,000 
























13,600 

63,116 

6.478 




540,500 

191,207 
73,092 


40,700 

33,341 
18,105 


5,000 

11,417 
1,279 




LIABILITIES 


4.266 
324 


40,957 

7,779 


Other liabilities 




69.594 
70.339 


4,590 
6,883 


264,299 
353,990 


51.446 
62.378 


12,696 
33,000 


48,736 
29,990 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 


575.873 
161.009 


71,223 
476 


615,136 
356,339 


341,405 
3,944 


49,144 
1,915 


348,484 
13,658 


Contributed capital 


















807.221 
764,224 


78,582 
77,789 


1.325.465 
712,016 


407,727 
371,899 


84,059 
61,738 


392,132 

374,435 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 




1,654,639 


160,961 


2,842,280 


871,772 


163,493 


815,303 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


550,393 
15.680 


47,614 
1,504 


1,387,221 
47,687 


409,572 
22,036 


108,264 
3,287 


361,168 
18,876 


Total revenue 


566,073 


49,118 


1,434,908 


431,608 


111,551 


380,044 


EXPENSE 


456,575 


39.468 


1,098,303 


331.532 


87,768 


295.653 


Local generation 


33,275 

43,798 

5,494 

20,844 


1.164 
4.620 


72,491 

108,119 

82,585 

63,605 


19.758 
35,554 
4,562 
18,696 


4,494 
8,218 
2,589 

4,707 


24,540 
29,257 


Administration 




2,876 


13,453 


Other 


















559,986 


48,128 


1,425,103 


410,102 


107,776 


362,903 






6,087 


990 


9,805 


21,506 


3,775 


n,,4, 



















Statements A and B 



99 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Almonte 
1.320 


Alvinston 

355 


Amherstburg 
1,848 


> 


Apple Hill 
114 


Arkona 
207 


Arnprior 
2,212 


Arthur 
608 


Athens 

437 


$ 
700.576 
245.046 


$ 
89,080 
45,809 


$ 
821.317 
213.363 


$ 

514.123 
170.848 


$ 
35,465 
17,351 


$ 
60,693 
28,417 


$ 
882,494 
295,103 


$ 
255.437 
79,639 


$ 
131,225 
43,827 


455,530 

29,526 
20.000 


43,271 
17,242 


607,954 

29,611 
25,000 
18.000 
26,184 


343.275 

14,884 
15,000 


18,114 

4,809 
3,000 


32,276 

7,655 
10,582 
6,000 

725 


587,391 

78,442 
20,000 


175,798 
9,779 


87,398 

14.172 


7000 


7,000 

797 
400 


10,000 
9,104 

297 




3,052 


3,324 


818 


18,272 
12,153 


2,498 
1,315 














59.578 
12 670 


25,439 
98 


98,795 
37,079 


33,208 
414 


8,627 


24,962 


128,867 
5,314 


29,180 
679 


17,985 
















415 








1,229 


3,236 
















12 670 


98 
78.040 


37,079 
647,876 


829 
310,629 






5,314 
646,333 


1,908 
159,264 


3,236 


220.294 


24,040 


59,545 


81,547 


748,072 


146,848 


1,391,704 


687,941 


50,781 


116,783 


1,367,905 


366,150 


190,166 








7,200 






11,310 


41,600 






































7,200 

4,429 
15,316 






11,310 

71,765 
10,134 


41,600 

15,871 
1,435 




20,147 

4,556 


4,144 
85 


67,108 
13,833 


1,303 
60 


3,452 


8,836 
1,127 








24,703 
72,000 


4,229 
23,529 


80,941 
68,237 


19,745 
121,046 


1,363 
5,080 


3,452 
13,113 


81,899 
133,934 


17,306 
32.313 


9,963 
12,988 


429,464 
1,611 


40,650 
400 


569,169 
25,481 


156,978 
72,343 


19,609 
689 


40,673 


457,632 

35,855 

942 


115,667 


84,048 
1,620 


























503,075 
220,294 


64,579 
78,040 


662,887 
647.876 


350,367 
310,629 


25,378 
24,040 


53,786 
59,545 


628,363 
646,333 


147,980 
159,264 


98,656 
81,547 


748,072 


146,848 


1,391,704 


687,941 


50,781 


116,783 


1,367,905 


366,150 


190,166 




















318.771 
13,241 


39,297 
1,502 


631,125 
13,093 


279.478 
5,253 


16,892 
994 


24,337 
1,383 


753,472 
28,116 


176,147 
4,646 


78,308 
4,215 


332,012 


40,799 


644,218 


284,731 


17,886 


25,720 


781,588 


180,793 


82,523 


220,884 
22,941 


27,444 


514,032 


214.372 


12,693 


25,314 


633,107 


142,855 


64,656 


24,495 
35,678 


4,443 

7,554 


27,454 
57,273 


23,314 

35,126 

5.481 

14,986 


1,149 
2,322 


1,002 
2,163 


29,775 

44,880 

4,977 

36,355 


9,063 
11,610 

5.210 
7,443 


4,061 

7,108 


19,076 


3.442 


18.977 


1,281 


2,230 


4,239 




















323,074 


42,883 


617,736 


293,279 


17,445 


30,709 


749,094 


176,181 


80,064 


8,938 


(2,084) 


26,482 


(8,548) 


441 


(4,989) 


32,494 


4,612 


2,459 



100 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 




Atikokan Twp. 
1,850 


Aurora 
3,683 


Avonmore 
114 


Aylmer 
1,932 


Ayr 

485 


Baden 
313 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
774,437 
382,975 


$ 

1,492,613 

342,515 


$ 

51,942 
19,015 


$ 
660,71 1 
289,001 


$ 
162,038 
45,873 


$ 
144,321 
53,448 


Less accumulated depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


391,462 

280 
40,000 


1,150,098 

82,760 
100,000 


32,927 

1,774 


371,710 
66,705 


116,165 

8,992 
15,079 


90,873 

8,839 

20,000 










18,965 
1.079 


23,048 
2,590 


3.074 


14,946 


1,276 


680 


Other 














60,324 
17,671 


208,398 
2,041 


4.848 


81.651 
546 


25,347 
416 


29,519 
30 


OTHER ASSETS 








13,062 


49,487 


2,387 


















30,733 
405,977 


51,528 
728,386 


2,387 
16,633 


546 

633,275 


416 

143,243 


30 
182,651 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 




888,496 


2,138,410 


56,795 


1,087,182 


285,171 


303,073 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


87,000 


115,000 


15.000 






























87,000 

15,727 
27,160 


115,000 

94,124 
25,616 


15,000 
2,540 








LIABILITIES 


55,843 
3,082 


11,541 

844 


7,195 
423 










42,887 
313,000 


119,740 
106,579 


2,540 
8,000 


58,925 
88,185 


12,385 
17,503 


7,618 
5,000 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 


9,923 
29,709 


869,764 
198,941 


10,532 
4,090 


290,447 
16,350 


110,947 
1,093 


106,422 
1,382 


Contributed capital 


















352,632 

405.977 


1,175,284 
728,386 


22,622 
16,633 


394,982 
633,275 


129,543 
143.243 


112,804 
182,651 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


888,496 


2,138,410 


56,795 


1,087,182 


285,171 


303,073 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


418,197 
29,704 


1,094,096 
41,812 


17,718 
1,501 


527,982 
7,860 


139,172 
3,908 


94,491 

6,397 




447,901 


1,135,908 


19,219 


535,842 


143,080 


100,888 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


269,724 


907,310 


12,664 


450,489 


115,408 


80,156 

4,264 
7,342 


52,050 
76,497 
32,100 
29,718 


60,265 
76,631 
19,488 
37,512 


1,166 
2,400 
2,379 
1,731 


34,612 
27,602 


4,814 
12,300 


Administration 


Depreciation 

Other 


19,465 


5,209 


4,342 


















460,089 


1,101,206 


20,340 


532,168 


137,731 


96,104 






(12,188) 


34,702 


(1,121) 


3,674 


5,349 


4,784 



















Statements A and B 



101 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Bancroft 

868 


Barrte 
11.704 


Barry's Bay 
492 


Bath 
293 


Beachburg 
263 


Beachville 
345 


Beamsville 
1.509 


Beaverton 
802 


Beeton 
493 


$ 
569.953 
241.409 


$ 
4,778.962 
1,546.096 


$ 
161,315 

48.757 


$ 
148,089 
45,751 


S 
90,703 
43,855 


$ 
177,913 
80,986 


$ 
444,485 
186,249 


$ 
273,875 
88,471 


$ 
156,709 
42,666 


328.544 
43.442 


3,232,866 
108.106 


112.558 


102,338 

4,287 
5,000 


46,848 
7,384 


96,927 
11,137 


258,236 

12,656 
55,000 


185,404 
23,181 


114,043 
5,584 


20 000 














28,000 
4,843 






7,951 
72 


199.590 
102 


1,309 
1,000 


3.421 


2,465 


7,705 
235 


3,059 


2,850 














71.465 
1.267 


307,798 
140.668 


2,309 


12,708 


9,849 


43,980 


75,596 


26,240 


8,434 
886 




















35.185 


1,726 




2,982 




13,689 
















1,267 


175,853 
2,782,932 


1,726 
62,797 




2,982 
36,405 




13,689 
256,595 




886 


149.833 


51,298 


365,680 


194,629 


106,727 


551,109 


6,499,449 


179,390 


166,344 


96,084 


506,084 


604,116 


406,273 


230,090 




680,000 


11,800 


1,500 


25,250 






































680,000 

432.303 
113,882 


11,800 

9,722 
756 


1,500 

12,064 

927 


25,250 
4,672 










18,326 
2,220 


21,904 
670 


4,844 
4,792 


14,781 
2,097 


10,492 
1,679 








20,546 
131.497 


546,185 
188,331 


10,478 
13,700 


12,991 
16,000 


4,672 
26,750 


22,574 
5,537 


9,636 
37,500 


16,878 
12,839 


12,171 
13,610 


235,392 
13,841 


2,080,627 

221,374 


76,148 
4,467 


68,707 
15,848 


2,782 
225 


111,186 
1,610 


290,800 
9,585 


181,927 


97,582 


























380,730 
149,833 


2,490,332 
2,782,932 


94,315 
62,797 


100,555 
51,298 


29,757 
36,405 


118,333 
365,680 


337,885 
256,595 


194,766 
194,629 


111,192 
106,727 


551,109 


6,499,449 


179,390 


166,344 


96,084 


506,587 


604,116 


406,273 


230,090 




















228,536 
17,920 


3,832,137 
127,845 


97,663 

4,474 


67,936 
3,201 


41,015 
1.293 


246,221 
8,611 


260,700 
14,962 


177,780 
6,718 


83,204 
3,588 


246,456 


3,959,982 


102,137 


71,137 


42,308 


254,832 


275,662 


184,498 


86,792 


163,000 
5,605 


3,170,202 


79,860 


58,143 


35,600 


241,342 


219,886 


150,296 


69,929 


13,201 
18,725 
6,330 


303,132 
187,647 
99,320 
157,090 


6,508 
11.414 

2,750 
5,102 


2,675 

5,880 

610 

4.727 


2,321 
3,208 
4,536 
3,157 


4,674 
5,780 


20,476 
28,387 


8,734 
11,617 


3,219 
5,870 


20,186 


6,984 


14,950 


10,515 


5,388 




















227,047 


3,917391 


105,634 


72,035 


48,822 


258,780 


283,699 


181,162 


84,406 


19,409 


42,591 


(3,497) 


(898) 


(6,514) 


(3,948) 


(8,037) 


3,336 


2,386 



102 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 




Belle River 
1 .085 


Belleville 
12.572 


Belmont 
264 


Blenheim 
1.385 


Bloomfield 
318 


Blyth 

380 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
403.371 
71,702 


$ 
6,541,777 
2,083.984 


$ 
116,104 
51.838 


$ 
580.194 
212,868 


$ 
87,275 
48,734 


$ 
134.962 
50.271 


Less accumulated depreciation 




331.669 


4,457,793 


64.266 
14.587 


367.326 
6,036 


38.541 

9.021 
2,500 
2.992 
1,119 


84.691 
906 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments — term deposits 




200.000 


2,000 
2,845 


25.000 
1,171 




2,802 
2.413 




231.855 


12,005 


Other 


















4,845 
1,464 


431.855 
106.926 


40,758 


18,041 

7.276 


15.632 


6.121 

114 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 








11,664 


2,802 




















1.464 
153,909 


118,590 
3,324,896 


2,802 
66,376 


7.276 
313,298 




114 
120.406 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


79.292 




491,887 


8,333,134 


174,202 


705,941 


133,465 


211,332 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


30,000 


1,021,590 


35,500 






























30.000 

30,858 
2,520 


1.021.590 

309,794 
51.342 


35.500 

10.098 
1.130 








LIABILITIES 


20.703 

4,077 


5.411 
380 


8.252 

234 








33,378 
24.555 


361,136 
508.407 


11,228 
16,698 

42,578 
1.822 


24,780 
98,679 

269.184 


5,791 

9.797 

38.585 


8.486 
16,032 

66.408 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 

Contributed capital 


232,627 
17,418 


3.025,651 
91.454 
























274,600 
153,909 


3.625.512 
3.324.896 


61.098 
66,376 


367.863 
313,298 


48.382 
79.292 


82,440 
120,406 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


491,887 


8,333,134 


174,202 


705,941 


133,465 


211,332 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


238,546 
9,491 


3,445,163 
262,431 


106,180 
6,379 


257,200 
14,817 


52,707 
2.976 


99,924 
1,510 




248,037 


3,707,594 


112,559 


272,017 


55,683 


101,434 




EXPENSE 


183,247 


2.757.198 


91.298 


205.739 


45.089 


85.238 






19.382 

20.377 

5,104 

9,442 


276,386 
325,312 
123,728 
205,647 


2.390 
5,559 
4,637 
3,659 


20,990 
33,046 


5,951 

7.078 


8,752 
7,335 










17,243 


3.597 


4,672 




















Total expense 


237,552 


3,688,271 


107,543 


277,018 


61,715 


105,997 




10,4S5 


19,323 


5,016 


(5,001) 


(6,032) 


(4,563) 






1 





Statements A and B 



103 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Bobcaygeon 
910 


Bolton 
1.304 


Bothwell 
382 


Bowmanville 
3.536 


Bracebridge 
1.570 


Bradford 

1,305 


Braeside 

167 


Brampton 
11,582 


Brantford 
21,868 


$ 
346.257 

144.015 


$ 
756,427 
160.697 


$ 
122.481 
56.920 


$ 

1.533.864 

654.458 


$ 

1,338,033 

423.908 


$ 
556,222 
198,461 


$ 
66,909 
22,865 


$ 
10,824,983 
2.116,983 


$ 
10,653,696 

3,221,687 


202.242 
14 794 


595.730 

35.083 
90.000 


65,561 
19.828 


879.406 

220 
30.000 
59.726 
64.238 
18,734 


914.125 


357.761 
14,454 


44,044 

13,713 


8,708.000 
426,529 


7,432.009 
105.043 


1 500 


2,000 


100,000 








3.000 
2,536 
1,200 






6.687 


23.246 
1.220 


2.783 


8,216 


40,110 
1,566 


642,022 
800,544 


191,156 
1,986 










22.981 
7.150 


149.549 


22.611 

704 


172.918 
28.894 


10,216 
13,521 


56.130 
24,627 


20,449 


1.869,095 
506,669 


398,185 
228,834 










3,890 


11.906 




4,727 


12,222 


3,442 


1.493 


54.818 


157,439 








11,040 
112.907 


11.906 
199.326 


704 
92,684 


33.621 
1.145,064 


25,743 
73,146 


28,069 
276,184 


1.493 
140.354 


561,487 
2,763,733 


386,273 
8,532,480 


349,170 


956,511 


181,560 


2,231,009 


1,023,230 


718,144 


206,340 


13,902,315 


16,748,947 


41.700 


240.387 






149,000 






3,137,600 


203,000 
































41,700 


240,387 

46,362 
3.007 






149,000 
53,230 






3,137,600 

2.476,216 
32,240 


203,000 


29.462 
630 


6,294 
30 


162.713 
25,365 


33,929 

5,707 


11,467 
121 


564,433 
303,561 








30,092 
47.300 


49.369 
93,148 


6,324 
5.534 


188,078 
71,000 


53,230 
479,800 


39,636 
23,351 


11,588 
6,000 


2,508,456 
1.099,661 


867,994 
1,491,683 


116.890 
281 


151.169 
223.112 


77,018 


823,128 
3.739 


266.920 
1,134 


372.853 
6,120 


48,398 


2.762.486 
1.630,379 


5,122,373 
531,417 




























164,471 

112.907 


467,429 
199.326 


82,552 
92.684 


897.867 
1.145.064 


747.854 
73.146 


402,324 
276,184 


54,398 
140,354 


5,492,526 

2,763,733 


7,145,473 
8,532,480 


349,170 


956,511 


181,560 


2,231,009 


1,023,230 


718,144 


206,340 


13,902,315 


16,748,947 




















176,920 
4,882 


367,868 
10,833 


68,614 
5.064 


1.050.487 
52,702 


417.612 
16,116 


306,344 
13,764 


131,642 

1,722 


4,923,433 
46,172 


5,958,695 
264,789 


181,802 


378,701 


73,678 


1,103,189 


433,728 


320,108 


133,364 


4,969,605 


6,223,484 


131.918 


259,217 


57.060 


896,917 


179,229 
91,334 
43,128 
51,489 
32,933 
35,233 


227.624 


1 29,044 


3,634,997 


5,101,530 


13.558 
19.257 
7.790 


14,340 
25,643 
38.265 
19.308 


3.730 
8.353 


53,762 
67,810 


23.658 

31,866 

3 

19,637 


2,620 
4,855 


243,871 
297,452 
422,510 
248.645 


320,223 

303,204 

51,408 


11.968 


4.304 


52.589 


2,595 


291,528 
14,785 




















184,491 


356,773 


73,447 


1,071,078 


433,346 


302,788 


139,114 


4,847,475 


6,082,678 


(2,689) 


21,928 


231 


32,111 


382 


17,320 


(5,750) 


122,130 


140,806 



104 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 


Municipality 


Brantford Twp. 
3,120 


Brechin 
119 


Bridgeport 
706 


Brigden 
219 


Brighton 
1,252 


Brockville 
7,426 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

2,058.039 

764,948 


$ 

29,262 
10,101 


$ 
218,550 
53,678 


$ 

75,079 
34.118 


$ 
508,016 
106,012 


$ 
3,808,553 
1,044,796 


Less accumulated depreciation 




J, 293,091 

108.865 
90.000 


19,161 
4,052 


164,872 

9,143 
27,000 


40.961 

5,898 
12.000 


402,004 

5.929 


2,763,757 
164,384 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 




5,500 
711 








19.003 
1.438 


2,245 


416 


10,766 

275 


58,739 


Other 














219,306 
45.237 


10,263 


38,388 
183 


18,314 
160 


16,970 
27,084 


223,123 
92,453 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 




21,137 




102 




5,519 


3,173 










66,374 
875,403 




285 
139,960 


160 
62,413 


32,603 

245,377 


95,626 
2,493,904 




32,717 






2,454,174 


62,141 


343,505 


121,848 


696,954 


5,576,410 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


288,270 




4.291 




85,100 
22,222 


282,000 




















288,270 

144,928 
82,832 




4,291 

14,731 
2,882 




107,322 

26,921 
3,938 


282,000 

201,002 
101,934 


LIABILITIES 


4,066 
271 


41 

222 


Other liabilities 




227,760 
467,087 


4,337 
2,664 


17,613 
35,359 


263 
8,000 


30,859 
49,900 


302,936 

723,570 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 


542,673 
52,981 


22,423 


140,978 
5,304 


51,172 


259,149 
4,347 


1,626,424 
147,576 


























1,062.741 
875,403 


25,087 

32,717 


181,641 
139,960 


59,172 
62,413 


313,396 

245,377 


2,497,570 
2,493,904 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


2,454,174 


62,141 


343,505 


121,848 


696,954 


5,576,410 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


1,428,395 
41,045 


24,000 
566 


152,598 
7,190 


25,530 
3,144 


283,604 
3,903 


2,184,031 
118,740 




1,469,440 


24,566 


159,788 


28,674 


287,507 


2,302,771 




EXPENSE 


1,241,214 


20,093 


121,037 


24,566 


202,791 


1,767,554 


Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


99,775 
65,035 
59,745 
67,218 


755 
2,113 


17,124 
15,656 
2,616 
6.206 


2,332 
3,623 


16,291 
23,862 
11,096 
12,815 


131,213 
143,998 
78,074 
112,136 




Depreciation 

Other 


955 


2.713 
















Total expense 


1,532,987 


23,916 


162,639 


33,234 


266,855 


2,232,975 




(63,547) 


650 


(2,851) 


(4,560) 


20,652 


69,796 





Statements A and B 



105 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Brussels 
423 


Burford 
473 


Burgessville 
119 


Burk's Falls 

397 


Burlington 
26.109 


Cache Bay 
212 


Caledonia 
1,126 


Campbellford 

1,547 


Campbellville 
111 


$ 
128,176 
27,537 


$ 
181.892 
79,420 


S 
57,952 
18,852 


$ 
139,257 
37,860 


$ 

15,768,360 

3,255,461 


$ 
84,545 
37,832 


$ 
347,583 
121,877 


$ 

1,066,732 

350,042 


$ 
47,592 
14,714 


100.639 

13,049 
10,000 


102,472 

7,330 
3,500 


39,100 
3,994 


101,397 
6,843 


12,512,899 
714,864 


46,713 
2,631 


225,706 

20,383 
40,000 


716,690 

57,066 
20,000 


32,878 
1,663 




1,500 


11,690- 

5,234 


35,000 

449,665 

6,635 


15,000 
903 
20 




3,200 


690 


14,793 


11,120 

266 


1 652 






39 














26,249 
243 


11,520 
71 


5,494 


23,767 
116 


1,206,164 
220,640 


18,554 
65 


75,176 
2,286 


88,452 
23,849 


3,354 








3,012 








48,453 






2,432 


















3,255 


71 
134,016 




116 

82,547 


269,093 
4,127,590 


65 
41,637 


2,286 
200,520 


26,281 
105,580 




124,221 


40,257 


29,306 


254364 


248,079 


84,851 


207,827 


18,115,746 


106,969 


503,688 


937,003 


65,538 










2,398,400 






74,400 












































2,398,400 

876,138 
390,000 






74,400 

29,231 
3,130 




7,899 
295 


8,873 
1,968 


2,208 
621 


15,100 
990 


2,933 
526 


14,277 
6,767 


3,007 






8,194 
28,000 


10,841 
20,854 


2,829 
3,500 


16,090 
29,147 


1,266,138 
1,725,198 


3,459 
25,359 


21,044 
15,525 


32,361 
78,100 


3,007 
5,448 


91,949 
2,000 


82,368 


38,075 
190 


80,043 


6,634,413 
1,964,007 


35,885 
629 


262,096 
4,503 


633,560 
13,002 


14,740 
13,037 




























121,949 
124,221 


103,222 
134,016 


41,765 
40,257 


109,190 

82,547 


10,323,618 
4,127,590 


61,873 
41,637 


282,124 
200,520 


724,662 
105,580 


33,225 
29,306 


254364 


248,079 


84,851 


207,827 


18,115,746 


106,969 


503,688 


937,003 


65,538 




















72,216 
2,321 


88,794 
9,783 


27,843 
2,050 


94,342 
1,609 


8,780,553 
310,336 


34,363 
3,020 


187,896 

7,727 


312,047 
23,295 


17,459 
1,033 


74337 


98377 


29,893 


95,951 


9,090,889 


37,383 


195,623 


335,342 


18,492 


61,192 


69,014 


21,638 


80,355 


6,798,476 


30,564 


137,142 


185,602 
14,416 
20,202 
39,445 
13,215 
29,234 


16,202 


2,563 
5,961 


16.245 
11,151 

203 
6,278 


886 
2,702 


5,179 
9,544 


539,229 
413,164 
331,830 
413,602 


2,651 
4,562 

87 
3,107 


16,303 
22,087 


626 
2,386 


3,933 


2,077 


3,919 


9,811 


1,534 




















73,649 


102,891 


27,303 


98,997 


8,496,301 


40,971 


185,343 


302,114 


20,748 


888 


(4314) 


2,590 


(3,046) 


594,588 


(3,588) 


10,280 


33,228 


(2,256) 



106 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 




Cannington 
515 


Capreol 
1,256 


Cardinal 
676 


Carleton Place 
2,010 


Casselman 
492 


Cayuga 

448 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
185,788 
67,201 


$ 
556,794 
113,916 


$ 
141,126 
48,906 


$ 
732,783 
178,791 


$ 
197,277 
55,482 


$ 
203,946 
61,688 


Less accumulated depreciation 




118,587 
11,175 


442,878 
39,102 


92,220 
11,939 


553,992 

25,455 

50,000 

15,000 

6,930 


141,795 
7,198 


142,258 
30,133 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 


1,900 
2,243 

778 






3,500 

2,077 


6,000 
2,508 




3,534 
376 


3,910 


Other 














16,096 


43,012 


15,849 


97,385 
15,266 


12,775 


38,641 
433 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 










87 


1.505 


398 


248 


1,848 










87 
124,575 


1,505 
225,101 


398 
137,584 


15,514 
706,880 


1,848 
84,257 


433 
96,786 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total assets 


259,345 


712,496 


246,051 


1,373,771 


240,675 


278,118 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 


8,400 


26,000 




8,200 






























8,400 

10,585 
1,008 


26,000 

21,358 
9,103 




8,200 

35,686 
8,280 






LIABILITIES 


2,720 
1,224 


11,859 
3,420 


5,950 
686 








11,593 
16,132 


30,461 
92,785 


3,944 
11,014 


43,966 
100,097 


15,279 
65,162 


6,636 
20,000 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 


97,096 
1,549 


262,443 
75,706 


93,509 


477,605 
37,023 


74,048 
1,929 


151,556 
3,140 
























114,777 
124,575 


430,934 
225,101 


104,523 

137,584 


614,725 
706,880 


141,139 
84,257 


174,6% 
96,786 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


259,345 


712,496 


246,051 


1,373,771 


240,675 


278,118 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


94,877 
3,846 


283,618 
11,106 


100,496 
1,602 


472,565 
22,679 


130,487 
4,436 


101,143 
5,083 




98,723 


294,724 


102,098 


495,244 


134,923 


106,226 




EXPENSE 


77,849 


203,122 


73,037 


342,356 


99,489 


62,837 


Local generation 


4,087 
.7,500 
1,536 
7,564 


23,273 
33,547 
5,242 
14,109 


4,523 
7,428 


34,977 

36,260 

5,560 

20,545 


4,190 
9,354 


6,765 
12,281 






Depreciation 


5,100 


5.121 


6,069 
















Total expense 


98,536 


279,293 


90,088 


439,698 


118,154 


87,952 




187 


15,431 


12,010 


55,546 


16,769 


18,274 



















Statements A and B 



107 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Chalk River 
321 


Chapleau 
Twp. 
1.129 


Chatham 
11.918 


Chatsworth 
203 


Chesley 
830 


Chesterville 

519 


Chippawa 

1,613 


Clifford 

287 


Clinton 
1,389 


S 

122.613 
50,158 


$ 
435.048 
24.806 


$ 
5.927.465 
1.514.825 


$ 
56.325 
23,939 


$ 
225,733 
109,516 


$ 
168,182 
51,933 


$ 
558,545 
135,558 


$ 
99,786 
25,386 


$ 
622,629 
231,230 


72.455 
3.292 


410.242 
23,185 


4.412.640 

53.746 

10.210 

100.000 

387,233 

3.172 


32.386 
11,103 


116,217 

13,357 

45,000 

4,000 

9,038 


116,249 


422,987 
23,061 


74,400 

6,030 
6,000 


391,399 
16,206 












6,000 
3,226 








3.352 


5,024 

3,274 


7,003 
917 


6,452 


1,168 


8,395 














6,644 


31.483 


554.361 
263,416 


20,329 


71,395 
1,206 


7,920 


29,513 
626 


13,198 


24,601 
5,194 














2,954 


4,188 


249,177 






2,029 


1,058 
















2,954 


4,188 
107,938 


512,593 
3,899,461 




1,206 
264,220 


2,029 
230,415 


1,684 
205,466 




5,194 


49.271 


48,764 


72,656 


402,412 


131324 


553,851 


9,379,055 


101,479 


453,038 


356,613 


659,650 


160,254 


823,606 


12.500 


15,000 


36,000 








141,670 


1,152 


8,500 






























12,500 


15,000 

39,589 
13,660 


36,000 
384,644 








141,670 

29,332 
3,023 


1,152 

5,214 
144 


8,500 


9.639 

441 


4,681 
263 


20,245 
1,764 


14,291 

1,773 


32,985 
3,844 








10.080 
42.500 


53,249 
100,000 


384,644 
1,465,531 


4,944 
5,014 


22,009 
24,410 


16,064 
5,889 


32,355 
66,681 


5,358 

13,777 


36,829 
113,173 


11,382 
5,591 


269,485 
8,179 


3,183,540 
409,879 


42,757 


141,377 
1,022 


100,109 
4,136 


190,290 
23,188 


64,566 

2,745 


262,692 


























59,473 
49.271 


377,664 
107,938 


5,058,950 
3,899,461 


47,771 
48,764 


166,809 
264,220 


110,134 
230,415 


280,159 
205,466 


81,088 
72,656 


375,865 
402,412 


131,324 


553,851 


9,379,055 


101,479 


453,038 


356,613 


659,650 


160,254 


823,606 




















56,189 
3,191 


323,783 
9,185 


3,961,001 

88,055 


35,823 
1,619 


146,317 
3,354 


160,230 
2,098 


259,012 

17,795 


55,785 
1,290 


281,467 
12,709 


5930 


332,968 


4,049,056 


37,442 


149,671 


162,328 


276,807 


57,075 


294,176 


45,983 


202,882 


3,011,637 


28,213 


110,069 


141,045 


174,776 


41,927 


202,132 


2,975 
3,048 
4,907 


29,369 

49,791 

9.959 

8,630 


417,238 

357,031 

19,706 

128,260 


1,996 

2,727 


7,500 
15,673 


2,002 
11,108 


30,455 
33,307 
11,117 
15,060 


1,573 
3,045 


30,214 

38,179 

2,429 


4.134 


2,468 


6,947 


5,496 


2,728 


16,789 




















61,047 


300,631 


3,933,872 


35,404 


140,189 


159,651 


264,715 


49,273 


289,743 


(1,667) 


32,337 


115,184 


2,038 


9,482 


2,677 


12,092 


7,802 


4,433 



108 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 




Cobden 
426 


Cobourg 
3.985 


Cochrane 
1.637 


Colborne 

675 


Coldwater 
365 


Collingwood 
4.023 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
97.915 
38.489 


$ 

1,857.241 

848.141 


$ 
789.469 
233.194 


$ 
285.195 
55.156 


$ 
99.494 
26.985 


$ 

1.963.894 

423.668 


Less accumulated depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


59.426 
5.226 


1.009,100 

55.880 
75.000 


556,275 
94.025 


230.039 
1.082 


72.509 
6.644 


1,540.226 
300 




6.000 

2.382 

994 






15,500 
5.349 






30,197 


9.020 

751 


5.175 
27 


35.163 
309 


Other 










14.602 


161.077 
22.049 


103.796 
28,463 


6.284 
6,625 


27.493 


35.772 
76,583 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 






994 




6.699 






20,549 












994 
83,036 


22.049 
1,469,501 


35.182 
267.095 


6.625 
144,486 




97.132 
1.288,920 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


109,810 




158,058 


2,661,727 


962,348 


367,434 


209,812 


2,962,050 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 






4,000 






292,000 
























Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 






4,000 

74.478 
31,896 






292,000 

178,719 
45.031 


12.109 
4.366 


136.841 
14,502 


15,020 
2.149 


6,901 

765 




16,475 
4,949 


151,343 
105,993 


106,374 
132.363 


17,169 
12,195 


7,666 
6,867 


223,750 
100,184 


EQUITY 




Accumulated net income invested in plant 

or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


49,741 
3,857 


920,889 
14,001 


449,641 

2.875 


212,984 
600 


85,469 


964.429 
92,767 


















58,547 
83,036 


1,040,883 
1,469,501 


584.879 
267,095 


225,779 
144,486 


92,336 
109,810 


1.157,380 
1,288,920 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


158,058 


2,661,727 


962,348 


387,434 


209,812 


2,962,050 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


69,855 

1.775 


1.396.278 
84.731 


417.501 
39,296 


161,935 

6,870 


81,903 
1.395 


1.490,467 
32,841 






71,630 


1,481,009 


456,797 


168,805 


83,298 


1,523,308 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


60,815 


1.307.201 


323,787 


126,513 


70,237 


1.261.750 




4,103 

7,045 

359 

3.491 


64,297 
82.399 


53,348 

63,715 

2,287 

22.977 


9,647 
20.186 


4,263 
6.034 


71.633 
63,689 
40.864 
49,595 








71,576 


6.607 


2,999 


Other 


















75,813 


1,525,473 


466,114 


162,953 


83,533 


1,487,531 






(4,183) 


(44,464) 


(9,317) 


5,852 


(235) 


35,777 



















Statements A and B 



109 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Comber 

242 


Coniston 

790 


Cookstown 
366 


Cottam 

277 


Courtright 

267 


Creemore 
430 


Dashwood 
198 


Deep River 

1,600 


Delaware 
168 


S 
103.8% 
43,875 


$ 
258,158 
60,254 


$ 
91,227 
25,124 


$ 
92,334 
40,515 


$ 
89,167 
17,699 


$ 
130.600 
38,539 


$ 
60,355 
11,576 


$ 

1,035,745 

378,562 


$ 
51,507 
27,448 


60.021 

7.470 


197.904 
4.484 


66,103 
13,405 


51,819 

21,236 
3,000 


71,468 
42 


92,061 
5,293 


48,779 
39,340 


657,183 
2.224 


24,059 
633 










5,000 

2,730 






28,530 


4.633 


10.910 
179 


2,499 


235 


9,140 

365 


743 


14.680 


584 
















12.103 

474 


15.573 
990 


15,904 


24,471 


9,547 

25 


13,023 
681 


40,083 


16.904 
16,496 


29,747 












5,166 


21,319 




122 


3,081 






8,766 














5.640 


22.309 
92,627 




122 
50,014 


3,106 

42,549 


681 
96,234 




25,262 
321,770 




85,135 


65,936 


63,141 


40,704 


162,899 


328,413 


147,943 


126,426 


126,670 


201,999 


152,003 


1,021,119 


94,510 




10,500 






9,000 






84,919 




































10,500 

26,775 
14,814 






9,000 

8,276 
3,697 






84,919 

20,167 
5,184 




4,822 
144 


7,601 
730 


4,035 


7,010 
870 


5,352 


3,201 

54 










4,966 
12,489 


41.589 
39,500 


8,331 
12,001 


4,035 
13,893 


11,973 
11,138 


7,880 
2,824 


5,352 
3,400 


25,351 
146,081 


3,255 
4,000 


59,569 

740 


138,391 
5,806 


56,540 
5,135 


57,694 
790 


44,960 
7,050 


94,988 

73 


80,110 


144,494 
298,504 


45,871 
680 


























72,798 
85,135 


183,697 
92,627 


73,676 
65,936 


72,377 
50,014 


63,148 
42,549 


97,885 
96,234 


83,510 
63,141 


589,079 
321,770 


50,551 
40,704 


162,899 


328,413 


147,943 


126,426 


126,670 


201,999 


152,003 


1,021,119 


94,510 




















49,832 
2,332 


166,728 
5,559 


70,527 
922 


41,997 
4,887 


37,630 
634 


73,653 
3,388 


32,820 
2,099 


512,725 
32,788 


26,940 
5,005 


52,164 


172,287 


71,449 


46,884 


38,264 


77,041 


34,919 


545,513 


31,945 


42,152 


127,397 


57,904 


30,976 


26,157 


61,515 


30,699 


388.881 


26,378 


3,644 
7,489 


7,572 
13,785 
4,132 
6,861 


1,877 
8,018 


3,586 

5,874 


3,842 
5,152 
2,094 

2,467 


3,035 

5,734 


1,498 
4,084 


38,288 
34,444 
18,739 
32,636 


3,854 
3,403 


3,530 


2,852 


3,355 


5,140 


1,807 


2,213 




















56,815 


159,747 


70,651 


43,791 


39,712 


75,424 


38,088 


512,988 


35,848 


(4,651) 


12,540 


798 


3,093 


(1,448) 


1,617 


(3,169) 


32,525 


(3,903) 



110 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 


Municipality 


Delhi 

1.721 


Deseronto 
604 


Dorchester 
396 


Drayton 
321 


Dresden 
1,011 


Drumbo 
189 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
604,652 
214,531 


$ 
237,994 
111,043 


$ 
131,830 
44,435 


$ 
147,293 
30,256 


$ 
433,454 
127,807 


$ 

50,087 
24,210 








390,121 

1,741 
75,000 


126,951 


87,395 
6,697 


117,037 
6,987 


305,647 
11,284 


25,877 
4,818 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments — term deposits 




4,000 
10,675 


1,500 
1,371 


9,625 
937 




1,000 
1,144 




5,102 

175 


4,010 


Other 
















82,018 
19,009 


14,675 
12,839 


9,568 


17,549 

55 


15,294 
4,903 


6,962 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 
































19,009 
331,913 


12,839 
163,624 




55 
89,037 


4,903 
301,843 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


74,817 


50,854 




823,061 


318,089 


171,780 


223,678 


627,687 


83,693 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


















































18,752 
3,191 






28,500 
12,978 


17,310 
4,361 


6,740 

721 


6,282 

873 


168 
143 


Other liabilities 




41,478 
85,000 


21,671 
15.000 


7,461 
7,300 


7,155 
9,500 


21,943 
51,223 


311 
4,500 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 
or held as working funds 


359,999 
4,671 


112,786 
5,008 


82,202 


117,062 
924 


250,750 
1,928 


27,975 
53 






















449,670 
331,913 


132,794 
163,624 


89,502 
74,817 


127,486 
89,037 


303,901 
301,843 


32,528 
50,854 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


823,061 


318,089 


171,780 


223,678 


627,687 


83,693 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


325,314 
14,240 


173,595 
11,665 


69,932 

5,376 


67,329 
3,142 


270,950 
12,195 


30,540 
1,370 




339,554 


185,260 


75,308 


70,471 


283,145 


31,910 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


260,316 


143,651 


55,310 


56,924 


217,581 


22,090 




23,223 
35,206 


14,230 
16,082 


4,773 

4,722 

180 

5,084 


3,006 
3,941 


29,676 
39,364 


450 
2,079 






Depreciation 


16,783 


10,378 


4,240 


10,293 


2,132 
















Total expense 


335,528 


184,341 


70,069 


68,111 


296,914 


26,751 




4,026 


919 


5,239 


2,360 


(13,769) 


5,159 



















Statements A and B 



111 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Dryden 
2.324 


Dublin 
128 


Dundalk 
561 


Dundas 
5.441 


Dunnville 
2.154 


Durham 
1,063 


Dutton 
399 


East York 
32,450 


Eganville 

555 


S 

1.144,514 
504,684 


$ 

70,439 
27.611 


$ 

139,629 
28.861 


$ 

3,430,849 

948,739 


$ 
845,204 
202,975 


$ 
351.289 
133.896 


$ 
125,087 
37,908 


$ 
12,861,073 
4.008,057 


$ 
258,314 
109,974 


639,830 

69.547 
28.000 


42.828 

5.604 
5.000 


110.768 

13.345 

20,000 

1,500 

8,291 


2,482,110 
54.108 


642,229 

16,289 
70,000 


217.393 

23.180 
65,325 


87,179 
8.165 


8.853,016 

58,259 
700,000 


148,340 

12,530 
30,000 










12,610 
3,059 


478 


52.177 


11.412 


15,939 


1.000 


840,803 
973 


2,394 


















113,216 
14,035 


11,082 


43,136 
128 


106.285 

85,747 


97,701 
49,366 


104,444 
2.359 


9,165 
58 


1,600,035 

324,532 

366,651 

70,476 


44,924 
2,258 








2,834 






71,458 


134 


2,101 
















16,869 




128 
124,417 


157.205 
1,401,135 


49,500 
668,089 


4,460 
280,605 


58 
107,488 


761,659 
9,039,629 


2.258 


373,989 


46,258 


64.458 


1,143,904 


100,168 


278,449 


4,146,735 


1,457,519 


606,902 


203,890 


20,254,339 


259,980 


45,000 






941,700 


3.060 


17,500 




1,841,903 
































45,000 






941,700 

160,922 
162,864 


3.060 

41,979 
19,414 


17,500 
19,329 




1,841,903 

875,421 
234,744 




72.133 

735 


2,404 
117 


1,802 
121 


5,943 
2,392 


7,653 
783 








72,868 
156,430 


2.521 
6,200 


1,923 

5,727 


323,786 
634,451 


61,393 
136,879 


19,329 
37,824 


8,335 
8,407 


1,110,165 

1,690,164 
366,651 

5,940,156 
265,671 


8,436 
98,007 


488,614 
7,003 


43,257 
1.932 


145,012 
1,370 


649,821 
195,842 


571,774 
16,324 


250,887 

757 


79,610 
50 


84,961 
4,118 




















652,047 
373,989 


51,389 
46,258 


152.109 
124,417 


1,480.114 
1,401,135 


724,977 
668,089 


289.468 
280,605 


88,067 
107,488 


8,262,642 
9,039,629 


187,086 
64,458 


1,143,904 


100,168 


278,449 


4,146,735 


1,457,519 


606,902 


203,890 


20,254,339 


259,980 




















562,970 
50,394 


29,695 
2.601 


113,910 
2,399 


1.449.991 
78.811 


512,939 
13,270 


218,941 
13.067 


54,295 
4,469 


9,078,511 
479,174 


105.919 
5,288 


613364 


32,296 


116,309 


1,528,802 


526,209 


232,008 


58,764 


9,557,685 


111,207 


400.836 


24,472 


92,815 


1,091.141 


381,969 


165,778 


39,018 


7,139.147 


77,194 
11,484 


93,315 
56,485 
10,692 


1.514 

3.787 


2,963 
8,292 


162,797 

113,121 

139.077 

95.491 

2.594 


34,863 

37,601 

3.222 

20.455 


16.871 

20.761 

2.610 

10,335 


4,982 

5.561 

283 

4,112 


704,807 
629,392 
197,879 
425,949 


7,070 

7,776 


39.820 


2.459 


3,590 


7,658 


















601,148 


32,232 


107,660 


1,599,033 


478,110 


216^55 


53,956 


9,097,174 


111,182 


12,216 


64 


8,649 


(70,231) 


48,099 


15,653 


4,808 


4603H 


25 



112 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 




Elmira 
1.856 


Elmvale 
499 


Elmwood 
164 


Elora 

752 


Embro 
291 


Embrun 
459 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
962.100 
291,669 


$ 
144,722 
54,004 


$ 
31.602 

14,373 


$ 
291.716 
112.134 


$ 
111,144 

45,477 


$ 
226,639 
60,000 








670,431 

200 
65,000 


90,718 

21,187 

15,000 

10,500 

2,811 

548 


17,229 

5,827 

3,000 

1,000 

902 


179,582 

26,747 


65,667 
11,279 


166.639 
5,192 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 




3,000 
2,294 






11,833 

621 


2,899 


4,514 
1.400 


Other 












77,654 
2,210 


50,046 
1.199 


10,729 
60 


29,646 
3,806 


16,573 

721 


11,106 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 




500 








974 


4,643 












2,710 
739,444 


1,199 

121,285 


60 
39,182 


3,806 
221,535 


1,695 

79,713 


4,643 
70,226 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 




1,490,239 


263,248 


67,200 


434,569 


163,648 


252,614 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












83,000 








































83,000 

20,277 
270 


LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 


67,839 
9.650 


10,836 
945 


1,810 

584 


17,641 
3,350 


10,598 

3,555 






77,489 
37,169 


11,781 
6,544 


2,394 
6,106 


20,991 
19,862 


14,153 

7.500 


20,547 
29,000 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 
or held as working funds 


563,117 
73,020 


123,638 


19.284 
234 


163,222 
8,959 


59,522 
2,760 


47,328 
2,513 




















Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


673.306 
739.444 


130,182 
121,285 


25,624 
39,182 


192,043 
221,535 


69,782 
79,713 


78,841 
70,226 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,490,239 


263,248 


67,200 


434,569 


163,648 


252,614 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


613,169 
25,001 


109,475 
4,701 


20.301 
710 


187,163 
9,667 


53,073 

2,837 


158,023 
4,299 


Total revenue 


638,170 


114,176 


21,011 


196,830 


55,910 


162,322 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


561,157 


91,299 


16,750 


146.196 


42,823 


124,065 




26,970 
39,746 


4,215 
6,735 


488 
2,245 


16,700 
19,334 


905 
4,598 


3,771 
9,178 
10,563 
6,341 








26,632 


5,411 


1,095 


8,647 


3,943 


Other 
















Total expense 


654,505 


107,660 


20,578 


190,877 


52,269 


153,918 


Net income (net expense) 


(16,335) 


6,516 


433 


5,953 


3,641 


8,404 

















Statements A and B 



13 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Erieau 

384 


Erie Beach 
156 


Erin 
683 


Espanola 
1,809 


Essex 

1,704 


Etobicoke 
88.305 


Exeter 
1,502 


Fenelon Falls 
954 


Fergus 
1,869 


$ 
95,537 
47,553 


$ 
26.745 
10,819 


$ 
229,298 
49,573 


$ 
691.508 
193,976 


$ 
789,684 
239.234 


$ 
51.383.582 
11.456,900 


$ 
688,433 
233,664 


$ 
272,823 
74,800 


$ 
881,684 
277,712 


47.984 
32.907 


15.926 
8.719 


179.725 

9,283 
13.000 


497,532 

8,479 
30,000 


550.450 
33,594 


39,926,682 

28,821 
3,000.000 

40,000 

1,576,907 

7,385 


454,769 

9,727 
50,000 
9,031 
8,532 
100 


196,023 

14,904 
11,000 


603,972 

47,225 
50,000 










3,141 


736 


4,964 
308 


13,290 
1,195 


24,209 
1,160 


7,923 


30,492 










36.048 
99 


9,455 


27,555 
1,081 


52,964 
2,213 


58,963 
20,338 


4,653,113 

1,050,534 

5,408,992 

116.313 


77,390 
943 


33,827 


127,717 
747 










1 723 


991 


3,856 


8,642 


4,702 


1,217 




24,059 








1,822 


991 
14,849 


4,937 
83,037 


10,855 
202,473 


25,040 
337,438 


6,575,839 
23,334,316 


2,160 
419,174 




24,806 


82,029 


43,600 


771,450 


167,883 


41,221 


295,254 


763,824 


971,891 


74,489,950 


953,493 


275,450 


1,527,945 








73,000 




8,877,634 


32,743 


34,000 


84,000 








81,666 


























73,000 

47,989 
21.945 


81,666 

90,776 

3,722 


8,877,634 

3,566,786 
667,483 


32,743 

26,861 
508 


34,000 

14,330 

4,027 


84,000 


4,511 
425 


1,208 
209 


12,750 
1,622 


75.947 
4,793 


4,936 
20,529 


1.417 

7,782 


14,372 
14,242 


69,934 
72,000 


94,498 
59,954 


4,234,269 

4,550,331 
5,408,992 

22,661,820 
5,422,588 


27,369 
32,257 


18,357 
126,000 


80,740 
100,962 


60,389 


16,778 
395 


138,669 
44,934 


250,038 
96,379 


337,261 
61,074 


427.165 
14,785 


53,336 

157 


465,558 
25,235 
























80,918 
82,029 


24.955 
14,849 


197,845 
83,037 


418.417 
202,473 


458.289 

337,438 


38,043,731 
23,334,316 


474,207 
419,174 


179,493 
43,600 


591,755 
771,450 


167,883 


41,221 


295,254 


763,824 


971,891 


74,489,950 


953,493 


275,450 


1,527,945 




















48,112 
2,570 


11,908 
602 


136,988 
9.120 


457,972 
26,041 


350,975 
17,498 


32,178.599 
1,280,892 


358,307 
6,333 


195.678 
2,418 


808,855 
19,573 


50,682 


12,510 


146,108 


484,013 


368,473 


33,459,491 


364,640 


198,096 


828,428 


42,116 


9,630 


121,661 


327,811 


265,748 


26,377,924 


268,009 


141,162 


687,771 


3,879 
7,084 


1,850 
1,969 


9,347 
13,165 


34,634 
47,328 
13,266 
18,885 


29,566 
41,959 
13,714 
18,727 


1,801,607 

1,423.526 

811.638 

1,276,090 


25,835 

47,731 

3,540 

19,546 


21,873 
12,422 
9,320 

7,471 


45,026 
44,829 
18,789 


3.535 


935 


7,337 


25,621 




















56,614 


14,384 


151,510 


441,924 


369,714 


31,690,785 


364,661 


192,248 


822,036 


(5,932) 


(1,874) 


(5,402) 


42,089 


(1,241) 


1,768,706 


(21) 


5,848 


6,392 



114 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Finch 
184 


Flesherton 
280 


Fonthill 
942 


Forest 
1,048 


Frankford 
697 


Gait 
11,989 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

78,403 
22,762 


$ 

81,992 
27,265 


$ 
335,642 

137,785 


$ 
350,435 
180,746 


S 

225,133 

82,091 


$ 
6,656,131 
2,201,924 


Less accumulated depreciation 




55,641 
5,697 


54,727 
13,301 


197,857 
8.153 


169,689 
13,035 


143,042 
16,689 


4,454,207 

78,121 
100,000 

50,000 

158,753 

3 591 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 


— bonds 




6,000 
1,665 










3,750 


5.051 
565 


10,411 


4,874 
59 


Other 














9,447 


20,966 
20 


13,769 

377 


23,446 
836 


21,622 


390,465 
186,283 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 
















188 


49,355 
















20 
67,529 


377 
168,883 


836 
309,227 


188 
95,252 


235,638 
4,760,158 




50,824 




Total assets 


115,912 


143,242 


380,886 


503,198 


260,104 


9,840,468 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures outstanding 










9,000 






































9,000 

14,455 
1,233 




LIABILITIES 


5,541 
416 


21,236 
409 


2.881 
2,608 


19,142 
2,464 


525 192 




153 535 








5,957 
7,000 


21,645 
5,831 


5,489 
60,173 


21,606 
23,357 


15,688 
24,000 


678 727 


EQUITY 


817 298 






Accumulated net income invested in plant 


43,328 
8.803 


46.733 
1.504 


141,254 
5,087 


149,008 


109,159 
7,005 


3 128 915 




455,370 
























59,131 
50,824 


54,068 
67,529 


206,514 
168,883 


172,365 
309,227 


140,164 
95,252 


4,401,583 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


4,760,158 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


115,912 


143,242 


380,886 


503,198 


260,104 


9,840,468 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


33,857 
2,033 


71,853 
1,417 


166,064 
15,162 


247,957 
10,456 


131,131 
11,678 


4,059,731 
55,637 




35,890 


73,270 


181,226 


258,413 


142,809 


4,115,368 






EXPENSE 


29.133 


58,055 


125,917 


190,251 


103,646 


3,417,563 


Local generation 




2,448 
3,080 


3,079 
2,508 
1,133 
3,005 


15,000 

23,375 

501 

12,121 


20,850 

28.787 


8,190 
11,207 
1,118 
8,906 


214,157 




186,310 






Depreciation 

Other 


2,432 


12.821 


179,782 


















37,093 


67,780 


176,914 


252,709 


133,067 


3,997,812 








(1,203) 


5,490 


4,312 


5,704 


9,742 


117,556 







Statements A and B 



115 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Georgetown 
5.434 


Glencoe 

782 


Gloucester 
Twp. 
11.902 


Goderich 

2,877 


Grand Bend 
895 


Grand Valley 
430 


Granton 
131 


Gravenhurst 
1,702 


Grimsby 
2,480 


S 

2.769.573 
752,145 


$ 
211.044 
84.576 


$ 
7.656.307 
1,668,606 


$ 

1,445,973 

547,261 


i 

241,130 
94,614 


$ 
131,278 
20,529 


$ 
34,442 
9,472 


$ 
532,586 
154,658 


$ 
806,298 

270,7% 


2,017,428 
37,055 


126,468 
1.660 


5,987,701 

185,490 
250,000 


898,712 

1,250 
40,000 
41,000 
24,065 


146,516 
29.788 


110,749 
15,136 


24,970 

3,743 
8,000 


377,928 

110 
10,000 


535,502 

58,301 
25,000 








3,000 
3,528 




25.344 
2 585 


9.594 


339,597 
45,172 


8,885 


1,206 


29,476 


45,722 


















64.984 
62,563 


11.254 
935 


820,259 

320,623 
111,387 
141,218 


106,315 
6,715 


38,673 
1,203 


21,664 

375 


12,949 


39,586 
8,544 


129,023 








15 074 


7.555 




15,677 




169 


1,400 


35,260 










77,637 
1,301,346 


8.490 
148.354 


573,228 
1.407,271 


6,715 
1,079,399 


16,880 
115,979 


375 
102,692 


169 

37,260 


9,944 
437,681 


35,260 
411,048 


3,461,395 


294,566 


8,788,459 


2,091,141 


318,048 


235,480 


75348 


865,139 


1,110,833 


707,582 




2,925,164 




6,4% 






48,000 


61,000 






























707,582 




2,925,164 

474,482 
73,354 




6,496 

15,798 
1,211 






48,000 

9,270 
5,283 


61,000 


197,238 
44,844 


19.326 
606 


69,122 
33,865 


26,347 


2,245 
90 


41,993 
17,594 








242,082 
459,630 


19,932 
20,113 


547,836 

683,298 
111,387 

1,353,099 
1,760,404 


102,987 
212,960 


17,009 
84,504 


26,347 
10,795 


2,335 
6,602 


14,553 
66,279 


59,587 
154,344 


686,854 
63,901 


101,938 
4,229 


662,315 
33,480 


92,562 
1,498 


88,004 
7,642 


29,056 
95 


288,622 
10,004 


389,638 
35,216 




















1,210,385 
1,301,346 


126,280 
148,354 


3,908,188 
1,407,271 


908,755 
1,079,399 


178,564 
115,979 


106,441 
102,692 


35,753 
37,260 


364,905 
437,681 


579,198 
411,048 


3,461^95 


294,566 


8,788,459 


2,091,141 


318,048 


235,480 


75348 


865,139 


1,110,833 




















1.466,363 
87,519 


136,292 
3,671 


4,038,847 
204,401 


782,244 
31,284 


127,603 
3,337 


73,138 
825 


17,607 
1,795 


360,666 
14,918 


479,271 
19,958 


1,553,882 


139,963 


4,243,248 


813,528 


130,940 


73,963 


19,402 


375384 


499,229 


1,164,730 


114,191 


2,942,698 


666,122 


85,162 


57,528 


15,862 


259,881 


377,168 


77,576 
94,903 
142,930 


9,759 
17,216 


125,099 
294,610 
348,641 
214,681 


59,219 

77,876 


11,172 
19,162 
6,821 
7,305 


4,688 

4,584 

245 

3,774 


1,135 
2,082 


24,500 
26,070 
10,655 
16,369 


20,951 
64,102 
14,272 


83,305 


7,172 


41,518 


1,122 


25,978 




















1,563,444 


148338 


3,925,729 


844,735 


129,622 


70,819 


20,201 


337,475 


502,471 


(9,562) 


(8375) 


317419 


(31,207) 


1,318 


3,144 


(799) 


38,109 


(3,242) 



116 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Guelph 
18,904 


Hagersville 
958 


Hamilton 
106.274 


Hanover 

2.117 


Harriston 
798 


Harrow 

789 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
11,799,157 
2,586,628 


$ 
370,685 
120,165 


$ 

45,385.888 

9,103,444 


$ 
675,831 
257,780 


$ 
378,376 
108,641 


$ 
393 062 


Less accumulated depreciation 


152,009 




9,212,529 

108,820 
82,363 


250,520 

24,320 

15,000 

12,000 

838 


36,282,444 

400,566 
1,705,000 


418,051 
250 


269.735 

7,808 
7,000 


241,053 
11,826 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 


22.000 
33.006 






291,119 
7,340 


4.010,730 
89,578 


2,390 


6 919 


Other 
















489,642 
236,295 


52,158 
281 


6,205,874 
1,645,661 


55,256 
17.894 


17,198 
606 


18,745 


OTHER ASSETS 


1 058 


Sinking fund on debentures 




84,093 




2,500 


7,667 


357 


2 257 










320.388 
6.704,180 


281 
433,942 


1,648,161 
65,199,479 


25,561 
754,031 


963 

268.293 


3,315 




281,301 








16,726,739 


736,901 


109,335,958 


1,252,899 


556,189 


544,414 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


674,000 








23,000 




























674,000 

242,940 
200,100 








23,000 

13,893 

2,274 




LIABILITIES 


17,047 
3,685 


4,511,338 
368,529 


11,650 
4,896 


16,837 




6,316 






Total liabilities 

EQUITY 


443,040 
1,582,546 


20,732 
8,000 


4,879,867 
7,709.892 


16.546 
80.162 


16,167 
42.708 


23,153 
12,000 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 

or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 




5,995,139 
1,327,834 


272,979 
1,248 


30,058,694 

1,325,871 

162,155 


381,994 
20,166 


201.054 
4,967 


219,919 
8,041 
















8,905,519 
6,704,180 


282,227 
433,942 


39,256,612 
65,199.479 


482.322 
754.031 


248,729 
268,293 


239,960 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


281,301 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


16,726,739 


736,901 


109,335,958 


1,252,899 


556,189 


544,414 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


7.296,609 
299,045 


251,879 
9,791 


53.929,276 
1.188,151 


631,764 
9,410 


176,584 
9,154 


214,016 
11,365 


Total revenue 


7,595,654 


261,670 


55,117,427 


641,174 


185,738 


225,381 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


6,120,727 


190.259 


46,852.819 


553,117 


143,663 


163.804 


354,312 
526,866 
147,276 
321,860 


31,086 
18,577 


2,202.648 
1.930,671 

112,475 
1,077,408 

408,640 


18,243 
40,731 


16.540 
14,973 
3.475 
10,201 


15,514 




35,762 








12,238 


19.250 


11.650 


















Total expense 


7,471,041 


252,160 


52,584,661 


631,341 


188,852 


226,730 


Net income (net expense) 


124,613 


9,510 


2,532,766 


9,833 


(3,114) 


(1,349) 



Statements A and B 



117 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Hastings 
470 


Havelock 
521 


Hawkesbury 

2.972 


Hearst 
1.194 


Hensall 
406 


Hespeler 
2,230 


Highgate 

177 


Holstein 

98 


Huntsville 
1.520 


$ 
180,211 
69.034 


$ 
170.759 
74.535 


$ 

1.154.984 

327,353 


$ 
639.247 
161.412 


$ 
230.519 
77,430 


$ 

1.217,095 

328,832 


$ 
42,362 
26,710 


$ 
23,236 
4.562 


$ 
568,685 
144.941 


111.177 
1.946 


96,224 

6.458 
39,000 
19.000 

2,714 


827,631 

51,228 
85.000 


477,835 
7.819 


153,089 

14.506 
14,000 
6,926 
3,008 


888,263 

31,153 
60,000 


15,652 
14,178 


18,674 

3.304 
10,420 


423.744 

5,692 
25,000 




40.000 
23,363 


3,000 

1,620 

103 




4,478 


12.430 


108,660 
1,298 


87 


16,398 
















6,424 


67,172 
396 


148,658 
27,938 


71,182 


38,440 


201,111 
1,846 


18,901 
40 


13,811 


47,090 
14,328 














5,696 






3,070 




846 




















6.092 
114,101 


27,938 
460,198 




3,070 
157,603 


1,846 
1,129,878 


886 
54,207 




14,328 


77,844 


263.490 


21,678 


545,979 


195,445 


233,589 


1,464,425 


812,507 


352,202 


2,221,098 


89,646 


54,163 


1,031,141 
















9,500 




















































9,500 

8,147 
84 




8.041 
914 


8,123 
650 


103,614 
11,339 


82,563 
8,583 


11,116 
324 


93,735 
15,022 


2,773 
202 


891 
1,504 


8,955 
21,000 


8,773 
62,696 


114,953 
283,867 


91,146 

72,177 


11,440 
12,000 


108,757 

77,571 


2,975 
5,000 


8,231 
3,262 


2,395 
15,697 


86.005 
1.641 


97,243 

776 


569,673 
35,734 


377,736 
7,958 


169,988 
1,171 


817,568 
87,324 


27,375 
89 


10,992 
500 


467,070 
























108,646 

77,844 


160.715 
114,101 


889,274 
460,198 


457,871 
263.490 


183,159 

157,603 


982,463 
1,129,878 


32,464 
54,207 


14,754 
21,678 


482,767 
545,979 


195,445 


283,589 


1,464,425 


812,507 


352,202 


2,221,098 


89,646 


54,163 


1,031,141 




















74,793 

5.975 


71,642 
10,780 


1.240,433 
34,810 


525,461 
18,550 


140,235 
2,186 


895,321 
53,936 


31,209 

1,277 


13,181 

1,223 


381,351 
10,554 


80,768 


82,422 


1,275,243 


544,011 


142,421 


949,257 


32,486 


14,404 


391,905 


59,024 


60,098 


1,044,118 


453,080 


110,461 


766,976 


27,616 


10,379 


301,752 


10,543 

9,270 

136 


7.379 
9,368 


36,592 
71,306 

17,417 
33,838 


11,046 

32,850 

241 

18,938 


5,714 
8,595 


49,876 
46,615 


1,780 
2,640 


749 

765 

1,250 

676 


33,171 
22,799 


6.352 


6,199 


6,998 


32,251 


1,763 


15,679 




















85325 


83,044 


1,203,271 


516,155 


131,768 


895,718 


33,799 


13,819 


373,401 


(4,557) 


(622) 


71,972 


27,856 


10,653 


53,539 


(1,313) 


585 


18,504 



118 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Ingersoll 
2,933 


Iroquois 
464 


Jarvis 
392 


Kapuskasing 
2,491 


Kemptville 
1,015 


Kenora 

4,755 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

1,472,088 

499,000 


$ 
207,780 
89,426 


$ 
144,092 
45,407 


$ 
967,861 
242,403 


$ 
660,849 
109,111 


$ 
2,061,622 

679,907 


Less accumulated depreciation 




973,088 
43,458 


118,354 
18,882 


98,685 
20,505 


725,458 
37,826 


551,738 
641 


1,381,715 
12,873 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 




23,000 

6,231 

670 








25,000 

95,054 

7,225 




21,660 


3,530 
95 


32,123 
1,221 


1,359 


Other 












65,118 
79,905 


48,783 
1,019 


24,130 
168 


71,170 
18.234 


2,000 
13,991 


140,152 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


Sinking fund on debentures 






2,009 




4,940 


4,639 














79,905 
1,221,669 


3,028 
115,061 


168 
97,964 


23,174 
379,495 


18,630 
297,862 






280,924 






Total assets 


2,339,780 


285,226 


220,947 


1,199,297 


870,230 


1,802,791 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 








97,550 


180,000 
24,000 


408,000 






























97,550 

112.594 
16,951 


204,000 

31,793 

3,587 


408,000 


LIABILITIES 


16,645 
8,692 


11,958 
1,795 


5,634 
1,271 


105 853 




22,225 








25,337 
197,555 


13,753 


6,905 
10,500 


129,545 
187,929 


35.380 
36,506 


128,078 


EQUITY 


207,652 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 






859,749 
35,470 


38,130 
118,282 


87,827 

17,751 


401,483 
3,295 


294,393 
2,089 


778,137 


Contributed capital 




















Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,092,774 
1,221,669 


156,412 
115,061 


116,078 
97,964 


592,707 
379,495 


332,988 
297,862 


985,789 
280,924 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


2,339,780 


285,226 


220,947 


1,199,297 


870,230 


1,802,791 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


726,589 
46,447 


110,408 
3,071 


66,930 
2,003 


634,067 
25,363 


322,751 
19,854 


934,495 
42,077 


Total revenue 


773,036 


113,479 


68,933 


659,430 


342,605 


976,572 


EXPENSE 


550,585 


87,342 


50,328 


447.991 


221,002 


689,635 


Local generation 




65,133 
73,649 


9,564 
13,345 


3,821 
7.184 

5,058 


45,363 
72,317 
19,789 
30,168 


31,087 
40,040 
24,936 
17,301 


120,768 


Administration 


101,202 
45,700 


Depreciation 

Other 


40,773 


6,663 


70,105 


















730,140 


116,914 


66,391 


615,628 


334,366 


1,027,410 






Net income (net expense) 


42,896 


(3,435) 


2,542 


43,802 


8,239 


(50,838) 



Statements A andB 



119 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Killaloe Stn 
315 


Kincardine 
1,762 


King City 
563 


Kingston 
19,879 


Kingsville 
1,841 


Kirkfield 
117 


Kitchener 
36.584 


Lakefield 
881 


Lambeth 
834 


$ 

82.746 
35.548 


S 

639,795 
177.673 


$ 
194,492 
91,552 


S 
10,874,195 
3.545.870 


$ 
540,270 
205.241 


$ 
32,475 
13,571 


$ 

24.954.204 

6,386,732 


$ 
460,379 
170,790 


$ 
277,124 
112,871 


47,198 

7,932 
10 000 


462.122 
11,602 


102,940 

18.311 

20,000 


7,328.325 

611,527 
40.000 


335,029 
20,170 


18,904 
1,008 


18,567,472 

342,951 
600,000 


289,589 

4,382 
40,000 


164,253 
59,302 






8,500 

4,795 

39 


10,000 
2,470 




1.540 


19,018 


1,614 

185 


555,534 
1,668 


1,627,254 
2,418 


11,220 
10,275 


1,324 










19.472 


30,620 
16.246 


40,110 
45 


1,208,729 
325,780 


33,504 
2,303 


13,478 
490 


2,572,623 
519,912 


65,877 
11,495 


60,626 






2 455 




1,491 


187 


1,307 


51,264 
















2.455 


16,246 
450.642 


1,536 
91,455 


325,780 
5,803,723 


2,490 
397,072 


1,797 

22,177 


571,176 
12,862,912 


11,495 
233,387 




35,350 


153,250 


104,475 


959,630 


236,041 


14,666,557 


768,095 


56,356 


34,574,183 


600,348 


378,129 


19,500 




66,300 


2,236,900 


34,300 




2,227,500 


































19,500 




66,300 

14,555 
919 


2,236,900 

600,233 
417,412 


34,300 

44,744 
8,469 




2,227,500 

1,698,608 
428,907 






3.532 
202 


52,755 
3,323 


47 
13 


37,462 
2,606 


11,859 
1,003 


3,734 
20,500 


56,078 
60,000 


15,474 
43,934 


1,017,645 
1,703,285 


53,213 
39,200 


60 

5,766 


2,127,515 
3,864,744 


40,068 
33,500 


12,862 
32,500 


25,370 
21 


359,404 
33.506 


3,179 
15,699 


3,905,004 


224,073 
20,237 


28,353 


11,853,816 
1,637,696 


279,661 
13,732 


165,005 
14,512 




























45.891 
35,350 


452,910 
450,642 


62,812 
91,455 


5,608,289 
5,803,723 


283,510 
397,072 


34,119 

22,177 


17,356,256 
12,862,912 


326,893 
233,387 


212,017 
153,250 


104,475 


959,630 


236,041 


14,666,557 


768,095 


56,356 


34,574,183 


600,348 


378,129 




















48.353 
1,928 


377,192 
13,410 


121,763 
10.137 


5,778,270 
259,637 


440,694 
5.763 


14,081 
1,466 


12,946,523 
319,453 


188,414 
17,084 


132,120 

12,757 


50,281 


390,602 


131,900 


6,037,907 


446,457 


15,547 


13,265,976 


205,498 


144^77 


34,995 


286,849 


106.410 


4,546,239 


357,909 


13,296 


9,930,372 


168,274 


124,587 


3,615 
6,142 
3,290 


24,898 
34,435 


5,052 
15,200 
9.540 

7.227 


373,191 
495,398 
312,259 
291,471 
58,980 


18,336 

33,091 

6,009 

15,891 


1,096 
1,233 


696,635 
727,037 
539,727 
602,075 


18,409 
13,331 


8,027 
14,638 


2,691 


19,101 


1.236 


16,622 


9,706 


















50,733 


365,283 


143,429 


6,077,538 


431,236 


16,861 


12,495,846 


216,636 


156,958 


(452) 


25319 


(11,529) 


(39,631) 


15,221 


(1,314) 


770,130 


(11,138) 


(12,081) 



120 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 




Lanark 
317 


Lancaster 
230 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 
494 


Latchford 
181 


Leamington 
3,882 


Lindsay 

4,762 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
109,507 
35,227 


$ 

73,401 
26,744 


$ 
107,462 
47,544 


$ 

72,625 
26,348 


$ 

1,440,393 

477,310 


$ 

2,373,845 

764,028 


Less accumulated depreciation 




74,280 
8,983 


46,657 

9,750 
6,000 
11,810 
2.541 
1.150 


59,918 
14,267 


46,277 
9,054 


963,083 

148,144 
80,000 


1,609,817 
54,467 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 












4,564 


805 


602 

71 


29,035 


11,024 


Other 














13,547 
253 


31.251 


15,072 


9,727 


257,179 
38,989 


65,491 
36,033 


OTHER ASSETS 














3,165 






14,006 
















253 
70,221 


3,165 

53.377 






52,995 
1,140,730 


36,033 
1,636,638 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


91,389 


19,952 




158,301 


134,450 


166,379 


75,956 


2,413,987 


3,347,979 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 










22,500 


84,000 


































22,500 

116,787 
51,552 


84,000 

139,487 
7,922 


LIABILITIES 


7.422 
590 


7,129 
535 


11,914 

5,728 


4,395 
448 


Other liabilities 




8,012 

7,317 


7,664 
8,917 


17,642 
15,753 


4,843 
18,901 


168,339 
103,600 


147,409 
146,000 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 


70,764 
1,987 


61,154 

3,338 


39,681 
1,914 


26,266 
5,994 


971,994 
6,824 


1,316,926 
17,006 






















80,068 
70,221 


73,409 
53,377 


57,348 
91,389 


51,161 
19,952 


1,082,418 
1,140,730 


1,479,932 
1,636,638 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


158,301 


134,450 


166,379 


75,956 


2,413,987 


3,347,979 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


61,685 
4.358 


41,451 
4,188 


91.119 

2,374 


30,976 
1.446 


965,796 
18,141 


1,618,855 
51,008 






66,043 


45,639 


93,493 


32,422 


983,937 


1,669,863 




EXPENSE 


48,918 


33,588 


67,846 


25,881 


795,793 


1,258,504 






4,783 
4,781 


4,683 

5,292 


7,464 
11,488 


3,531 

2,749 

10 

2,356 


40,390 

74,900 

3,425 

40,027 


106,510 

125,061 

9,163 

64,924 








3,913 


2,441 


3,837 


















Total expense 


62,395 


46,004 


90,635 


34,527 


954,535 


1,564,162 




3,648 


(365) 


2,858 


(2,105) 


29,402 


105,701 
















1 



Statements A and B 



121 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Listowel 

1.876 


London 
71.642 


L'Orignal 

450 


Lucan 
456 


Luck now 
514 


Lynden 
192 


Madoc 
633 


Magnetawan 

127 


Markdale 
590 


$ 
778.957 
322.085 


$ 
42.332.364 
13.259.898 


$ 
206.173 
82,319 


$ 
182.241 
52,749 


$ 
158.236 
41.925 


$ 
66,170 
32,888 


$ 
303.339 
136,204 


$ 
39,138 
18,329 


$ 
179,045 
39,725 


456.872 
48.672 


29.072.466 
3.887.928 


123.854 

402 
8.000 


129,492 
4.988 


116.311 

982 

43,141 

2,000 

2.803 

1,196 


33,282 

2.603 
13,500 


167,135 
37,280 


20,809 
4,870 


139,320 
19,816 


18 200 


493.694 

1.028.736 

37.686 






2,000 
1,508 




2.211 


7.288 
990 


6.443 


1,185 


1,794 


4,353 














69.083 


5,448,044 
1.255.445 


16.680 


11,431 
198 


50,122 


17,288 


39,074 
12.513 


8,378 
388 


24,169 

175 














167.525 


1,227 


22 






40 


846 


2,507 












1,422,970 
20.421,594 


1,227 
54,829 


220 
124.348 






12,553 
157,121 


1,234 
12,569 


2,682 


681.681 


176,809 


67,055 


126,401 


1,207,636 


56,365,074 


196,590 


265,491 


343,242 


117,625 


375,883 


42,990 


292,572 




6,849,416 










18,000 








































6,849,416 

2,686,195 
206.964 










18,000 

13,936 
2,066 






42,939 
5,241 


7.677 
639 


8.628 
1.131 


14,757 


6,385 
128 


1,734 


16,600 
626 










48.180 
132.673 


2,893,159 

7,569.099 


8.316 
26,122 


9,759 
11,214 


14,757 
17.614 


6.513 
4,495 


16,002 
16,000 


1,734 
23,510 


17,226 
6,370 


330.552 
14.550 


15,670,379 

2,798,753 

162.674 


101.998 
5,325 


113,114 
7,056 


131,277 
2,785 


39,562 


168.760 


5,128 
49 


131,211 
11,364 


























477,775 
681.681 


26,200.905 
20,421.594 


133,445 
54,829 


131,384 
124,348 


151,676 
176,809 


44,057 
67,055 


184,760 
157,121 


28.687 
12,569 


148,945 
126,401 


1,207,636 


56,365,074 


196,590 


265,491 


343,242 


117,625 


375,883 


42,990 


292,572 




















464,475 
18,858 


20.562.206 
1,499,167 


91,566 
8.420 


112,261 

4,185 


83,806 
5,215 


35,387 
3,849 


141,777 
10,397 


14,464 

504 


129,977 
2,071 


483,333 


22,061,373 


99,986 


116,446 


89,021 


39,236 


152,174 


14,968 


132,048 


396.698 


16,919,726 


73.533 


82.983 


75,600 


32,745 


111,804 


11.831 


106,399 


30.898 

29.549 

2,004 


1,230.686 
1.511.503 
1.067.277 
1,194.861 


11,927 
9,756 


8,077 
10.691 


6,546 
10,329 


5,199 
3.816 


8,255 
12,263 

2,809 
11,595 


1,555 
1,836 


7.719 

7.008 

18 


26.380 


7,426 


6,406 


4,300 


2,940 


1,337 


5,418 




















485^29 


21,924,053 


102,642 


108,157 


96,775 


44,700 


146,726 


16,559 


126,562 


(2,196) 


137,320 


(2,656) 


8,289 


(7,754) 


(5,464) 


5,448 


(1,591) 


5,486 



122 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Finaneh 


Municipality 


Markham 

3,874 


Marmora 
604 


Martintown 
117 


Massey 

453 


Maxville 

350 


McGarry 
Twp. 

402 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

2,180,708 

269.127 


$ 
190,773 
85,095 


$ 

45,829 
23,011 


$ 
1 70.956 
43.252 


$ 
122,337 
38.118 


$ 
106,496 
49.502 


Less accumulated depreciation 




1.911,581 

32,101 
25.000 


105,678 
8,093 


22,818 

2.568 
4,000 


127,704 
7,898 


84,219 

13,316 
25,000 


56,994 

4,980 
10,000 
10,000 

2,020 

148 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 


3,000 
1.375 
2,720 


4.000 

3,302 

426 




42,431 
3,282 


1,573 


757 


Other 








Total current assets 

Other assets 


102,814 
63.130 


15,188 
161 


8,141 


15,626 
90 


39,073 


27,148 


Sinking fund on debentures 








21.045 


6.516 


1,086 


2.552 


806 










84.175 
561.268 


6,677 
115.020 


1,086 
24,972 


2,642 
53,455 


806 
96,664 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


89,053 




2,659,838 


242,563 


57,017 


199,427 


220,762 


173,195 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


200,647 






3.700 






























200,647 

167.775 
256.608 






3,700 

7,620 
4,067 






LIABILITIES 


9.546 
1.417 


1.434 
50 


8,193 
302 


708 
2,227 








424,383 
155.309 


10,963 
15.091 


1,484 

5,347 


11,687 
41,300 


8,495 
13,642 


2,935 
13,782 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 


525.897 
792,334 


101,489 


25,139 

75 


86,585 
2,700 


100,961 
1,000 


67,245 
180 


Contributed capital 




















1,473.540 
561,268 


116,580 
115,020 


30,561 
24.972 


130,585 
53,455 


115,603 
96,664 


81,207 
89,053 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


2,659,838 


242,563 


57,017 


199,427 


220,762 


173,195 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


1,148,339 
35.236 


112,861 
3,889 


14,677 
1,788 


97,033 
4,498 


73,373 
2,661 


69,348 
5,910 






1,183,575 


116,750 


16,465 


101,531 


76,034 


75,258 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


947.083 


83,753 


11,687 


73,514 


64,604 


53,415 


25,966 
107.550 
37,523 
48,145 


5.859 
12,488 


1,548 
1,947 


4,644 
8,583 
3,940 

4,701 


4,951 

3,722 


4,090 
10,773 








7,469 


1,724 


3,808 


3,914 


Other 
















Total expense 


1,166,267 


109,569 


16,906 


95,382 


77,085 


72,192 




17,308 


7,181 


(441) 


6,149 


(1,051) 


3,066 



















Statements A and B 



123 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Meaford 
1.823 


Merlin 
295 


Merrickville 
396 


Midland 
4,078 


Mildmay 
400 


Millbrook 
360 


Milton 
2,551 


Milverton 

522 


Mississauga 
42,939 


$ 

694,153 
206.586 


$ 
124.979 
57.694 


$ 
109.290 
29,690 


$ 

1,548.129 

661.186 


$ 
108,065 
23,617 


$ 
133.378 
50,643 


$ 

2,014,127 

531,602 


$ 
201,863 
33,097 


$ 

40,368,015 

5,108,944 


487.567 

9.570 
34.000 


67.285 

3.466 
20,000 


79.600 

5.522 
5,000 


886,943 

42.006 
130,000 


84,448 

3,959 
7,000 
2,500 


82,735 

5,855 
15,000 
5,000 
3,817 
65 


1,482,525 
9,618 


168,766 
17,536 


35,259,071 

10,598 
1,950,000 








8,000 


15 215 


2.105 


4,431 


103,050 
2,714 


25,498 
18,556 


4,594 

45 


3,078,268 




75 


277,298 










58.785 
37 018 


25,571 
262 


14,953 


277,770 
23,229 


13,534 
503 


29,737 


53,672 
2,501 


22,175 
99 


5,324,164 
1,130,019 








490,942 


6,111 


3,479 




6,807 




43 


6,403 


3,668 


1,765,842 










43,129 


3,741 
74,033 




30,036 
1,684,694 


503 

75,726 


43 
65,182 


8,904 
819,949 


3,767 
221,682 


3,386,803 


493,101 


61,029 


9,919,873 


1,082^82 


170,630 


155,582 


2,879,443 


174,211 


177,697 


2,365,050 


416,390 


53,889,911 


97,000 






226,000 






190,000 


1,100 


14,262,000 
































97,000 






226,000 

157,061 
19,810 






190,000 

127,380 
8,016 


1,100 

29,547 
1,013 


14,262.000 


32,900 
2,936 


3,881 
423 


6,777 
984 


4,967 
898 


6,719 
1,254 


4,323,191 
521,138 


35.836 
75,725 


4,304 
13,122 


7,761 
24,647 


176,871 
135,945 


5,865 
12,304 


7,973 
9,000 


135,396 
118,626 


30,560 
23,160 


4,844,329 

2.380.600 
490,942 


378,051 
2,869 


77,642 
1,529 


54,033 
8,112 


651,109 
4,824 


78,427 
1,889 


89,724 
5,818 


794,368 
306,711 


137,881 
2,007 


11,129,736 
10,862,431 




















456,645 
493,101 


92,293 
74,033 


86,792 
61,029 


791,878 
1,684,694 


92,620 
75,726 


104,542 
65,182 


1,219,705 
819,949 


163,048 
221,682 


24,863,709 
9,919,873 


1,082,582 


170,630 


155,582 


2,879,443 


174,211 


177,697 


2,365,050 


416,390 


53,889,911 




















475,168 
13,485 


44,890 
5,525 


73,903 
2,008 


1,308,495 
22,175 


67,517 
1,853 


56,124 

7,375 


925,450 
65,628 


131,262 

1,644 


22,938,499 

773,963 


488,653 


50,415 


75,911 


1,330,670 


69,370 


63,499 


991,078 


132,906 


23,712,462 


358,317 


41,451 


60,134 


1,070,282 


47,759 


49,966 


755,218 


101,605 


19,059,474 


24,491 
54,715 
15,170 


1,529 
9,608 


3,984 
6,872 


66,038 
64,641 
27,121 
47,510 


7,050 
7.363 


5,097 
6,811 


59,965 
92,721 
21,433 
53,962 


7,667 

12,345 

1,202 

5,114 


871,733 

784,319 

1,550,438 


19,867 


3,832 


3,517 


3.495 


5,439 


903,550 




















472,560 


56,420 


74,507 


1,275,592 


65,667 


67,313 


983,299 


127,933 


23,169,514 


16,093 


(6,005) 


1,404 


55,078 


3,703 


(3,814) 


7,779 


4,973 


542,948 



124 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 


Municipality 


Mitchell 
1.092 


Moorefield 
154 


Morrisburg 
892 


Mount Brydges 
467 


Mount Forest 
1,398 


Napanee 
1,909 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
578,027 
162,612 


$ 

51,303 
21,832 


$ 
312,335 
109,231 


$ 
135,990 
34,704 


$ 
421,912 
137,300 


$ 
833,252 

273,555 


Less accumulated depreciation 




415,415 

14.778 


29,471 

3,540 
3,000 
1,000 

342 


203,104 

24,355 
3,000 
8,000 
6,191 


101,286 

5,254 
15,000 


284,612 

21,316 

10,000 

1.000 

15,834 


559,697 
26,851 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 








11,229 

1,202 


3,905 


26.332 


Other 
















27,209 
19,964 


7,882 


41,546 
11,308 


24,159 


48,150 
12,258 


53 183 


OTHER ASSETS 


15,290 


Sinking fund on debentures 






16,131 






106 


















36,095 

375,734 




11,308 
184,143 


106 
71,595 


12,258 
351,728 


15,290 
612,475 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


50,341 




854,453 


87,694 


440,101 


197,146 


696,748 


1,240,645 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 


55,083 






6,300 
































55,083 

32,563 
1,618 






6,300 

5,706 
988 






LIABILITIES 


2,622 


22,337 
3,625 


25,906 
3,225 


48,552 
29,108 










34,181 
63,990 


2.622 
4,500 


25.962 
31,636 


6,694 
12,672 


29,131 
21,626 


77,660 
70,000 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 
or held as working funds 


319,409 
6,056 


30,231 


120.481 
77,879 


98,341 

1,544 


291,451 
2,812 


473,857 
6,653 






















389,455 

375,734 


34,731 
50,341 


229,996 
184,143 


112,557 
71,595 


315,889 
351,728 


550,510 
612,475 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


854,453 


87,694 


440,101 


197,146 


696,748 


1,240,645 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


309,958 
10,823 


30,209 
2.223 


192,798 
3,272 


62,121 

3,781 


283,760 
4.307 


440,610 
39,485 


Total revenue 


320,781 


32,432 


196,070 


65,902 


288,067 


480,095 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


239,093 


27,909 


156,753 


52,992 


234,593 


351,318 




12,878 

35,906 

9,277 

14,523 


1,487 

1,722 


12,199 
18,797 


3,807 
8,166 
1,345 

4,127 


9,658 
20,701 


27,009 

59,720 

2,622 

27,379 






Depreciation 

Other 


2,041 


8,843 


11,359 
















Total expense 


311,677 


33,159 


196,592 


70,437 


276,311 


468,048 




9,104 


(727) 


(522) 


(4,535) 


11,756 


12,047 



















Statements A and B 



125 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Nepean 
Twp. 
15.647 


Neustadt 
233 


Newboro 
174 


Newburgh 
220 


Newbury 
167 


Newcastle 
685 


New Hamburg 
1.146 


Newmarket 
4.075 


Niagara 
1.238 


$ 
11.417,589 

2.476.199 


$ 
69.658 
21.762 


$ 
66.269 
20.941 


$ 
133.068 
54,191 


$ 
51.092 
19.913 


$ 
432,895 
139,785 


$ 
479,309 
89,631 


$ 

2.594.446 

631,926 


$ 
475.248 
176.027 


8.941.390 

438.366 
1.100,000 


47.896 
3.455 


45.328 
5.828 


78.877 
4,565 


31.179 
5.388 


293,110 
24,462 


389.678 

18,512 
30,000 


1,962,520 

33.601 


299,221 
9,599 






2.000 
3,142 






5,115 
9,939 






278.805 
140.972 


1.977 


1.700 


451 
80 


5,978 
380 


67,086 
22,159 


9,859 














1.958.143 

230 887 


5,432 


10,970 


6,265 


5,919 

53 


39,516 


54,870 
596 


122.846 
9.675 


19,458 
25,972 


148,517 












159,718 








80 


320 


5,801 


52,087 


7,624 












539,122 








133 

32,609 


320 
136,368 


6,397 
332,297 


61,762 
833,850 


33,596 


2.492.623 


55.199 


15,092 


33,138 


313,607 


13,931,278 


108,527 


71,390 


118,280 


69,840 


469,314 


783,242 


2,980,978 


665,882 


6.008,000 


18.107 








65.500 


57,000 


239,164 
































6.008.000 


18,107 

3.618 
112 








65.500 

26,137 

7,554 


57,000 

6.724 
4,372 


239.164 

278.363 
190.474 




954.336 
37.396 


5,397 
94 


7,895 
252 


2,622 


37,336 

5,947 








991.732 

1.542.000 
148,517 


3.730 
17,358 


5,491 

15,674 


8,147 
14,000 


2,622 
9,754 


33.691 
58,036 


11,096 
45,264 


468.837 
155.013 


43,283 
80,469 


1.657,232 
1.091.174 


14.133 


30,447 
4,686 


57,000 
5.995 


24,465 
390 


145,719 
30,000 


263,870 

73.715 


796,505 
487,609 


224,075 
4,448 


























4,438.923 
2.492.623 


31,491 
55,199 


50,807 
15,092 


76.995 
33,138 


34.609 
32,609 


233,755 
136,368 


382,849 
332.297 


1,439.127 
833.850 


308,992 
313,607 


13,931,278 


108,527 


71,390 


118,280 


69,840 


469,314 


783,242 


2,980,978 


665,882 




















6.869.829 
287,485 


39.467 
722 


28.128 
2.005 


38,372 
2,798 


26,989 
1,576 


191,901 
10,780 


333,445 
7,994 


1.187,929 
96,419 


245.828 
10.923 


7,157314 


40,189 


30,133 


41,170 


28,565 


202,681 


341,439 


1,284,348 


256,751 


5.184.099 


29.881 


18.880 


32.291 


22,918 


132,165 


251,918 


956,480 


186.588 


338.825 
487,188 
727,414 


835 
2.577 
3.379 
2.518 


2.307 
4.424 


2,775 
5,504 


2,064 
2.138 


13,034 
18,098 
14,235 
13.675 


17,496 
28,316 
10,108 
11.644 


84,048 
129,373 
62.608 

78,654 


22,061 

30,271 
1,926 


313.661 


2.306 


4,737 


1.785 


13.647 




















7,051,187 


39,190 


27,837 


45,307 


28,905 


191,207 


319,482 


1,311,163 


254,493 


106,127 


999 


2,296 


(4,137) 


(340) 


11,474 


21,957 


(26,815) 


2,258 



126 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Niagara Falls 
19,963 


Nipigon 
Twp. 

865 


North Bay 
16,657 


North York 
132.817 


Norwich 

743 


Norwood 
516 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

11,251,149 

2.992.612 


$ 
362.815 
153.537 


$ 
8,394,614 
2,637,920 


$ 
70,787,678 
15,301,424 


$ 
169,191 
64,351 


$ 
211 745 


Less accumulated depreciation 


106,666 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


8.258,537 • 


209,278 
2,135 


5,756,694 
35,664 


55,486,254 

50,922 

5,142,020 

6,400 

2,190,108 

10,848 


104,840 

17,730 


105,079 
4 791 




500,000 

63.000 

96,735 

7,469 






6.500 
7,361 




7,500 
5,600 


13,000 
2,696 
1 117 




526,210 
6,410 


Other 












667,204 
318.007 


15,996 
495 


568,284 
147,935 


7,400,298 

1,256,009 

6,537,303 

111,640 


30,830 
583 


21 604 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 




332,204 




70,322 
















650.211 
5.807,878 


495 
239.337 


218,257 
3,498,678 


7,904,952 
25,303,576 


583 
202,675 






102,150 








15,383,830 


465,106 


10,041,913 


96,095,080 


338,928 


228,833 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


797,669 




2,054,490 


9,674,152 




























797,669 

232,418 
560,742 




2,054,490 

653,650 
213,190 


9,674,152 

5,415,541 
1,340,580 






LIABILITIES 


21.488 
3,343 


8,858 
1,769 


8,330 




1,040 








793,160 
2.220,531 


24,831 
10,000 


866,840 

1,310,727 


6,756,121 

5,720,986 
6,537,303 

38,707,758 
3,395,184 


10,627 
13,756 


9,370 


EQUITY 


55,100 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 




4,692.603 
1.071,989 


187,237 
3,701 


2,248,854 
62,324 


111,870 


57,331 




4,882 
























7,985.123 
5,807,878 


200,938 
239,337 


3,621,905 
3,498,678 


54,361,231 
25,303,576 


125,626 

202,675 


117,313 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


102,150 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


15,383,830 


465,106 


10,041,913 


96,095,080 


338,928 


228,833 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


4,794,225 
220,315 


231,308 
15,667 


4,766.351 
227,412 


48,854,667 
1,601,571 


115,863 
4,810 


91,444 
9.586 




5,014,540 


246,975 


4,993,763 


50,456,238 


120,673 


101,030 






EXPENSE 


3,700,064 


180,936 


3,377,696 


38,542,837 


86,087 


74,497 








427,553 
386,064 
138,021 
279,979 
27,871 


19,931 

33,194 

320 

12.687 


278,902 
524,934 
272,385 
265,790 


2,331,831 

2,169,476 

910,989 

2,083,405 


10,982 
12,584 


8,320 




9,225 






Depreciation 

Other 


5,077 


9,314 














Total expense 


4,959,552 


247,068 


4,719,707 


46,038,538 


114,730 


101,356 




54,988 


(93) 


274,056 


4,417,700 


5,943 


(326) 







Statements A and B 



127 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Oakville 

19.214 


Oil Springs 

275 


Omemee 

325 


Orangeville 

3.588 


Orillia 

8.221 


Orono 
417 


Oshawa 

28.208 


Ottawa 
102.955 


Otterville 
315 


$ 

15.959.461 
3.530.597 


$ 
94,508 
40,714 


$ 
153.032 
50.320 


$ 

1.492.571 

332.769 


$ 
8.784.181 
2.716.798 


$ 
1 77,640 
56.143 


$ 
18,905.200 
5.880.060 


$ 
60,422,044 
12,273,020 


$ 
103,989 
46.971 


12.428.864 

2.950 
2 211 898 


53.794 
16.753 


102.712 
17.005 


1.159.802 

62.127 
100.000 


6.067.383 

500 
144.631 
90.274 
340.978 


121.497 
10.368 


13,025.140 

48.132 

50,000 

422,453 

1,426,917 

1,442 


48.149,024 

51,907 
2.200,000 

200.000 
2,674,028 

703,141 


57.018 
12,469 


62 560 






2.500 
4,110 




674.498 
4.175 


1,484 
400 


3.264 


19.501 


2,806 
155 














2.956.081 
271 795 


18.637 
333 


20.269 


181,628 
9,648 


576,383 
194,487 


16,978 
40 


1 ,948,944 
395,555 


5,829,076 
1,026,750 


15.430 
300 








33.170 


7.706 




5.761 


39,906 


313 


43,327 


1,579.408 


4,364 








304,965 


8.039 
97.614 




15.409 
617,421 


234.393 
881,069 


353 
74,916 


438,882 
10,839,751 


2.606,158 
24,809.896 


4,664 


5.803,659 


64.461 


71,542 


21,493,569 


178,084 


187,442 


1,974,260 


7,759,228 


213,744 


26,252,717 


81,394,154 


148,654 


2,883,188 






143.000 


1.972,243 


19,400 


2.226,000 


408.000 






























2 883 188 






143.000 

62.288 

7.697 


1.972,243 

302,203 
327,581 


19.400 

8.731 

2.525 


2,226.000 

1.631.082 
501,126 


408,000 

3.699.125 
1.598.709 




2.274.531 
470.830 


2.877 
459 


5.592 
701 


4,180 

715 


2.745,361 
2.388.746 


3.336 
16.721 


6.293 
12.000 


69.985 
84,594 


629,784 
2,837,662 


11,256 

23.215 


2.132.208 
1,152,147 


5.297.834 
9,482,698 


4,895 
4,500 


4.654.113 
3.018.502 


60.112 
301 


89,241 
15.447 


678,353 
380.907 


1,220.766 
127,430 
90,274 


84,957 


8,539,134 

1,363,477 


35,934,342 

5,261.384 

200,000 


67,717 






















10.061.361 
5,803.659 


77.134 
97.614 


116.688 
64.461 


1,143,854 

617,421 


4,276,132 
881,069 


108,172 
74,916 


11,054,758 
10,839,751 


50,878,424 
24,809,896 


72,217 
71,542 


21,493,569 


178,084 


187,442 


1,974,260 


7,759,228 


213,744 


26,252,717 


81,394,154 


148,654 




















9.676.952 
419,872 


30.562 
2.509 


52,932 
5,672 


802,301 
27,683 


2,548,253 
54,271 


92.155 
2,269 


11,649,361 
541,079 


36,134.791 
1.155.495 


50,491 

1,627 


10,096,824 


33,071 


58,604 


829,984 


2,602,524 


94,424 


12,190,440 


37,290,286 


52,118 


8.064.604 


20.769 


43.259 


607,038 


1,388.951 
273.891 
155.376 
183.607 
221.789 
207.795 
10,000 


70,467 


9,588,836 


28,289,972 

463.873 

2.531.219 

1.870,806 

148,395 

1 .458,008 


36,730 


422.139 
405.854 
444,212 


1.672 
7.411 


5.895 
6.504 


47.076 
76,372 
21,175 
40,136 


3,781 
13,059 
3,202 
5.166 


698,420 
812,503 
287,341 
561.856 


1.955 
5,540 


419,018 


3.101 


5.945 


3,917 


















9,755^27 


32,953 


61,603 . 


791,797 


2,441,409 


95,675 


11,948,956 


34,762,273 


48,142 


340,997 


118 


(2,999) 


38,187 


161,115 


(1,251) 


241,484 


2,528,013 


3,976 



128 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 


Municipality 


Owen Sound 
6.735 


Paisley 
425 


Palmerston 

782 


Paris 

2,367 


Parkhill 
536 


Parry Sound 
2,356 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
3,205,299 
1,108,320 


$ 
176,859 
40,453 


$ 
341,155 
120,619 


$ 
957.242 
387.750 


$ 
250,388 
82,189 


$ 

1,537,353 

587,320 


Less accumulated depreciation 




2,096,979 
37,509 


136,406 

1,474 


220,536 
26,804 


569,492 

82,861 
60,000 


168,199 
14,076 


950,033 

14,856 
50,000 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 




3,000 

3,240 








182,306 


654 


23,422 
2,400 


3.442 


11,948 


Other 
















219.815 
53,215 


7,714 
414 


27,458 
582 


168,683 
1,606 


17,518 
1,310 


76,804 
19,138 


OTHER ASSETS 






336 


1,884 






1,312 


416 










53,551 
2.354.892 


2,298 
99,662 


582 

271,039 


1,606 

771,406 


2,622 
169,350 


19,554 
321,336 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 




4,725,237 


246,080 


519,615 


1,511,187 


357,689 


1,367,727 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 




25,000 


20.600 


25,230 




11,000 


























25,000 

8,369 
944 


20,600 

13,869 
2.344 


25,230 

49,017 
19,343 




11,000 

38,388 
32,296 


LIABILITIES 


162,625 
3,213 


9,515 
886 








165,838 
208,372 


9,313 
13,623 


16,213 
41,400 


68,360 

174.377 


10,401 

29,908 


70,684 
457,500 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 


1,978,326 
17,809 


96,929 

1,553 


167,826 

2.537 


445,847 
25,967 


148,030 


494,812 
10,085 
2,310 


Contributed capital 


















2,204,507 
2.354,892 


112,105 
99,662 


211,763 
271,039 


646,191 

771,406 


177,938 
169,350 


964,707 
321,336 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


4,725,237 


246,080 


519,615 


1,511,187 


357,689 


1,367,727 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


1,925,106 
80,435 


87,406 
1,414 


165,945 
1.037 


548,388 
15,276 


121,518 
6,816 


564.832 
48,196 


Total revenue 


2,005,541 


88,820 


166,982 


563,664 


128,334 


613,028 


EXPENSE 


1,534,431 


64,941 


121.072 


431,254 


91,920 


379,859 
54,460 
59,832 
61,519 
5,680 
48,717 






111,301 

153,026 

69 

104.308 


4,997 
7,294 
2,708 
4,382 


8,705 
18,894 
4,158 
9,846 


31,923 

40,215 

7,340 

29,565 


9,131 
15.863 


Administration 




7,926 


Other 
















Total expense 


1,903,135 


84,322 


162,675 


540,297 


124,840 


610,067 


Net income (net expense) 


102,406 


4,498 


4,307 


23,367 


3,494 


2,961 



Statements A and B 



129 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Pembroke 
5,338 


Penetanguishene 
1.610 


Perth 
2.321 


Peterborough 
19.740 


Petrolia 

1.534 


Pickering 
811 


Picton 
1,943 


Plantagenet 
292 


Plattsville 

215 


$ 
3.806.764 
1.878.968 


$ 
590,623 
249.068 


$ 

1.025.830 

358.246 


$ 
13.786.084 
5,660,398 


$ 
739,698 
240,602 


$ 
331,176 
95,736 


$ 
849,624 
327,755 


$ 
146,590 
52,529 


$ 
82,722 
28,569 


1.927,796 
246.040 


341.555 

2.475 
55,000 
10,000 
10.188 


667.584 

19,882 
30.000 
10.000 
10,784 


8,125,686 
254,992 


499,096 
19,952 


235.440 
17,128 


521,869 
46,184 


94,061 
22,281 


54,153 

1,715 
18,000 


30 000 




15,000 

47,128 

2,142 








2,500 


77.187 
6,728 


292,642 
26,518 


29.290 


9,689 

3,827 


3,182 
350 


865 












359.955 
48.027 


77.663 

8,779 


70,666 
19,560 


574.152 
129.485 


84,222 
32,314 


46.418 
449 


59,700 
26,776 


25,813 


23,080 

71 








149,412 






40.360 


7,640 


1,484 


15,279 


1,426 












197,439 
185.402 


8.779 
498,233 


19,560 

774,921 


169,845 

6,483,001 


39,954 
535,728 


1,933 
83,538 


42,055 
666,871 


1,426 
51,922 


71 
106,804 


2,670,592 


926,230 


1,532,731 


15,352,684 


1,159,000 


367,329 


1,290,495 


173,222 


184,108 


1,759,000 






1.600,700 




23,000 


35,000 


38,000 
































1,759,000 






1,600,700 

594,214 
17,886 




23,000 

12,970 

2,374 


35,000 

37,919 
11,709 


38,000 

11,774 
976 




240,102 
83,277 


39.283 
3,566 


46,599 

252 


40,517 
5,032 


6,393 






323.379 
391.000 


42,849 
36,983 


46.851 
85,045 


612,100 
2,366,103 


45,549 
50.000 


15.344 
48.658 


49,628 
78,182 


12,750 
17,000 


6,393 

5,237 


38,796 
50,607 


346.251 
1,914 


625,914 


3,705,458 
585,322 


507,098 
20,625 


114,982 
81,807 


460,287 

527 


51,420 
2,130 


65,674 


























402,811 
185,402 


385,148 
498,233 


710,959 
774,921 


6.656,883 
6,483,001 


577,723 
535,728 


245,447 
83,538 


538,996 
666,871 


70,550 
51,922 


70,911 
106,804 


2,670,592 


926,230 


1,532,731 


15,352,684 


1,159,000 


367,329 


1,290,495 


173,222 


184,108 




















1.418,701 
79.965 


445.207 
12.521 


601,217 
8,460 


5,897,825 
524,534 


362,261 
14,512 


180,409 
6,661 


411,438 
19,766 


95,120 
6,066 


62,132 

3,522 


1,498,666 


457,728 


609,677 


6,422,359 


376,773 


187,070 


431,204 


101,186 


65,654 


950.231 
7,214 


356,935 


479.176 


4.676,069 


229.267 


131,481 


322,987 


81,433 


64,321 


89,779 
117,899 
199,168 


30,834 
26,251 


19,686 

44,580 


564,468 
617,176 
291,716 
454,161 


37,177 
59,205 


6,679 
15,886 

6,540 
10,483 


32,371 

45,093 

4.026 

25,736 


3.209 
8,083 

4,874 
4,537 


1,366 
2,044 


127,196 


18,898 


30,813 


17,275 


3,052 




















1,491,487 


432,918 


574,255 


6,603,590 


342,924 


171,069 


430,213 


102,136 


70,783 


7,179 


24,810 


35,422 


(181,231) 


33,849 


16,001 


991 


(950) 


(5,129) 



130 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Point Edward 
933 


Port Burwell 
417 


Port Colborne 
5,964 


Port Credit 

2.249 


Port Dover 
1,625 


Port Elgin 
1 591 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
382,446 
139,443 


$ 
148,941 
64.869 


$ 

2,578.036 

813,896 


$ 
1,601,132 
429,010 


$ 
600,800 
230,533 


$ 
850 498 


Less accumulated depreciation 


159,845 




243,003 
131,225 


84,072 
7,080 


1,764,140 

154,790 

125,000 

10,000 

12,274 


1,172,122 

58,506 

45,000 

13,500 

103,459 

383 


370,267 

38,746 
30.000 


690 653 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 


70,457 










18,747 
140 


1,019 
50 


10,471 


16 895 


Other 














150,112 
821 


8,149 
615 


302,064 
42,164 


220,848 
17,882 


79,217 
1,181 


87 352 


OTHER ASSETS 


2 527 








7,292 


873 


15,501 


78,690 


500 


3 593 








8,113 
795,306 


1,488 
42,433 


57,665 
1,424,022 


96,572 
1,423,987 


1,681 
329,946 


6,120 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


282,963 




1,196,534 


136,142 


3,547,891 


2,913,529 


781,111 


1,067,088 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 




5,500 


222,057 


239,300 


51,000 


107,000 


























5,500 

7,153 
5,606 


222,057 

153,238 
64,764 


239,300 

152,183 
59,111 


51,000 

23,856 
7,609 


107,000 


LIABILITIES 


89,340 

2,745 


98,311 




86,642 








92,085 
17,000 


12,759 
34,500 


218,002 
393,603 


211,294 
159,184 


31,465 
97,528 


184,953 


EQUITY 


45,787 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 




292,143 


31,510 
9,440 


1,260,447 
29,760 


875,647 
4,117 


254,632 
16,540 


390,668 




55,717 
























309,143 
795,306 


75,450 
42,433 


1,683,810 
1,424,022 


1,038,948 
1,423,987 


368,700 
329,946 


492,172 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


282,963 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,196,534 


136,142 


3,547,891 


2,913,529 


781,111 


1,067,088 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


577,508 
10,597 


55,357 
3,393 


1,447,542 
66,580 


1.627,916 
34,369 


273,586 
10,368 


474,042 
14,506 




588,105 


58,750 


1,514,122 


1,662,285 


283,954 


488,548 






EXPENSE 


526,093 


30,120 


1,057,071 


1,508,394 


171,926 


360,420 


Local generation 




7,859 
39,351 


9,723 
7,585 
2,923 
4,708 


121,816 
152,406 
31,752 
72,935 


36,743 
73,202 
34,150 
44,521 


37,153 
29,494 
11,845 
19,499 


21,975 


Administration 


35,340 
23,743 


Depreciation 

Other . . 


12,256 


19,797 
















Total expense 


585,559 


55,059 


1,435,980 


1,697,010 


269,917 


461,275 


Net income (net expense) 


2,546 


3,691 


78,142 


(34,725) 


14,037 


27,273 



Statements A and B 



131 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Port Hope 
3.240 


Port McNicoll 
627 


Port Perry 

1.185 


Port Rowan 
395 


Port Stanley 
1.129 


Prescott 
1.974 


Preston 

5.278 


Priceville 

87 


Princeton 
198 


S 

2.030.665 
714.891 


$ 
173.166 
52,741 


$ 
509,754 
150.424 


$ 
127.835 
43.967 


$ 
320.291 
147,068 


$ 
567,998 
284,717 


$ 

2.880.233 

940,008 


$ 
27,076 
11,921 


$ 
57,022 
23,934 


1.315.774 
55.761 


120,425 
11.391 


359.330 

9.851 
14.000 


83.868 
25.491 


173.223 

13.541 
11,000 


283,281 

20,406 
42,950 


1,940,225 

20,974 
225.000 


15,155 

7,525 


33,088 

5.779 
3,000 




26.000 
10.936 

70 




3,000 
150 




25.233 


1.649 

89 


2,184 


17,661 


29,044 


44,332 


823 

7 
















80.994 
53.544 


48,397 


25.589 
1,667 


27,675 
108 


42,202 

773 


92,400 
14.138 


290,306 
77,095 


10,675 


9.609 












523 




110 


423 




150 
















53.544 


523 
153.390 


1,667 
255,903 


218 
65,763 


1,196 
260,958 


14,138 
591,630 


77,245 
1,893,917 






1.244,880 


9,952 


65,627 


2,695,192 


322,735 


642,489 


177,524 


477,579 


981,449 


4,201,693 


35,782 


108,324 






67.000 


1,750 


43,000 










73,150 






























73.150 




67.000 

26.902 
12,557 


1,750 

4,683 

470 


43,000 

12,439 
1.667 










104,471 
23.876 


10,801 
1.960 


36,690 
5,194 


148,668 
62.522 


1,491 


4,375 
1,091 








128.347 
244,000 


12,761 
9,804 


39.459 
37,882 


5.153 
16,250 


14,106 
20,950 


41,884 
23,981 


221,190 
476,283 


1.491 
12,166 


5,466 
5,995 


922.501 
82.314 


145,688 
1,092 


230.519 
11.726 


85.571 
3,037 


135.585 
2.980 


300,356 
23,598 


1,297,027 
323,276 


11,136 
1.037 


30,655 
581 




















1.248,815 
1.244.880 


156,584 
153.390 


280.127 
255.903 


104,858 
65,763 


159,515 
260.958 


347.935 
591,630 


2.096,586 
1,893.917 


24,339 
9,952 


37.231 
65,627 


2,695,192 


322,735 


642,489 


177,524 


477,579 


981,449 


4,201,693 


35,782 


108,324 




















1.236.512 
70.844 


118,126 
3,389 


290.083 
15.035 


53,657 
4,259 


159.361 
6,335 


414,562 
26,508 


1,602.435 
126,479 


8.346 
208 


33,113 
1,566 


1,307356 


121,515 


305,118 


57,916 


165,696 


441,070 


1,728,914 


8,554 


34,679 


961.730 


91.571 


218.099 


35,877 


106.485 


359.329 


1,381,092 


6.342 


32.667 


82.901 

128.431 

8.436 


5,669 
8.454 


17.874 
26,871 

7.525 
17,624 


3.970 

3.644 

948 

4.271 


18.380 

22.591 

4.764 

10,364 


18,106 
37,253 


92.640 

146,810 

10 

85.448 


774 
976 


955 
2.141 


59.918 


4.999 


23.106 


959 


2.461 




















1,241,416 


110,693 


287,993 


48,710 


162,584 


437,794 


1,706,000 


9,051 


38,224 


65,940 


10,822 


17,125 


9,206 


3,112 


3,276 


22,914 


(497) 


(3,545) 



132 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Queenston 

201 


Rainy River 

470 


Red Rock 
388 


Renfrew 

3,072 


Richmond 

697 






5 728 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
65.329 
29,870 


$ 
188.306 
98.648 


$ 
163.291 
59.518 


$ 
2,323,059 
827,000 


$ 

389,842 

64,959 


$ 
2 651 160 


Less accumulated depreciation 


816,812 




35.459 

3.771 
1,900 


89.658 

6,521 
5,000 


103.773 

6.912 
10,000 


1.496,059 

24,564 
9,000 


324,883 

11.432 
10.000 


1 834 348 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 


132,810 






494 


1,880 

52 


1,177 


18,379 
2.193 


8,860 

87 


109 848 


Other 


13.619 












6.165 


13,453 

1.279 


18.089 


54,136 
32,806 


30,379 

998 
9,194 
1,259 


256 277 


OTHER ASSETS 


55,523 


















6.355 


116 203 
















1,279 
60.295 




39,161 
517,706 


11,451 
102,185 


171,726 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


60,254 


104,082 


1,177,396 




101,878 


164,685 


225,944 


2,107,062 


468,898 


3,439,747 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 








106,327 
12,441 


89,500 


180,500 
































118,768 

59,630 
11,791 


89,500 

19,134 

980 


180,500 


LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 


2,676 
220 


7,919 
392 


8,409 
387 


328,133 

377,367 






Total liabilities 

EQUITY 


2,896 
9,500 


8.311 
26,087 


8,796 
29,367 


71,421 
789.910 


20,114 

25,387 
9,194 

150,181 

72,337 


705,500 
530,181 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 
or held as working funds 




28,842 
386 


69,992 


74,631 
9,068 


598,542 
10,715 


798,327 
47,843 
























38,728 
60,254 


96,079 
60,295 


113,066 
104,082 


1,399,167 
517,706 


257,099 
102,185 


1,376,351 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


1.177,396 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


101,878 


164,685 


225,944 


2,107,062 


468,898 


3,439,747 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


33,270 
2,043 


108.557 
6,239 


84,916 

6,748 


721,549 
35,936 


183,210 
6,112 


1.817,932 
35,274 








35,313 


114,796 


91,664 


757,485 


189,322 


1,853,206 






EXPENSE 


31,084 


80,017 


70,931 


439,436 
54,730 
49,705 
68,147 
26,175 
63,920 


138.156 


1,580,403 


Local generation 




2.041 
2,228 


11,271 
13,795 


4,464 
8,380 


4,157 
5,344 
11,802 
9,314 


82,471 




132,841 




56,038 




2.585 


6,838 


5,497 


78,489 


Other 




















37,938 


111,921 


89,272 


702,113 


168,773 


1,930,242 








(2,625) 


2,875 


2,392 


55,372 


20,549 


(77,036) 







Statements A and B 



133 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Ridgetown 
1.201 


Ripley 
259 


Rockland 
1.141 


Rockwood 
359 


Rodney 

453 


Rosseau 
155 


Russell 

278 


St Catharines 

35.779 


St Clair Beach 

562 


$ 
406.939 
100.776 


$ 
69.520 
23.051 


$ 
382.067 
100.058 


$ 
131.516 
32,573 


$ 
104,798 
51,246 


$ 
47,329 
12,050 


$ 
117,623 

31.872 


$ 
19,004.701 
4,424,586 


$ 
214,185 
69,570 


306.163 
32.383 


46.469 

13.425 
5,000 
8,000 
1.204 


282,009 

15.157 


98,943 

10,084 
3,000 


53,552 
31,706 


35,279 
4,358 


85.751 
3,283 


14,580,115 

321,644 
598,829 


144,615 
47,494 








1,000 
1.223 






5.866 


7,334 
630 


1,082 


1,361 


2,341 


1,116,832 
416 


6,309 
















38.249 
949 


27.629 


23,121 
1,128 


14,166 


33,067 
223 


6,581 


5,624 


2,037,721 
393,109 


53,803 














1,434 




2.184 


588 






128 


430.286 


970 












2.383 




3,312 
131,946 


588 
86,068 


223 
106,819 




128 
59,891 


823.395 
13,506,743 


970 


315.645 


71,740 


30,539 


104,652 


662,440 


145,838 


440,388 


199,765 


193,661 


72,399 


151,394 


30,947,974 


304,040 


33,648 




21,000 


7,010 






4,000 


2,336,776 


50,000 






























33.648 




21,000 

23,357 
12,326 


7,010 

5,934 

797 






4.000 

12,319 
333 


2,336,776 

1,276,164 
605,069 


50,000 


22,197 


4,949 
369 


6,135 
1,179 




21,461 


2,658 


3 


432 


24.855 
77,512 


5,318 
12,744 


35,683 
34,000 


6,731 
15,318 


7,314 
8,500 


3 
11,933 


12,652 
9,808 


1,881,233 
810,436 


21,893 
17,694 


209.721 
1,059 


56,036 


190,135 
27,624 


73,560 
11,078 


71,028 


28,224 
1,700 


61,648 
3,395 


11.485,914 
926,872 


107,155 
2,646 




























288,292 
315.645 


68,780 
71,740 


251,759 
131,946 


99,956 
86,068 


79,528 
106,819 


41.857 
30,539 


74,851 
59,891 


13,223,222 

13,506,743 


127,495 
104,652 


662,440 


145,838 


440,388 


199,765 


193,661 


72,399 


151,394 


30,947,974 


304,040 






































255,605 
4.801 


47,986 
1,137 


234.678 
10,893 


71,470 
3,941 


61,062 
2,830 


23,176 
360 


54,523 

2,775 


13,901,332 
443,486 


138,343 
3,631 


260,406 


49,123 


245,571 


75,411 


63,892 


23,536 


57,298 


14,344,818 


141,974 


189,175 


42,060 


184,050 


55,645 


55,730 


16,890 


46,992 


11,753,876 


111,125 


16,865 
32.125 
5,044 


840 
2.769 


14,813 
9,927 
4,928 

12,602 


3,748 
8,377 
2,001 
4,381 


2,868 
6,303 


1,644 
1,031 


2.314 

2,692 

890 

3,567 


682,577 
585,236 
291,145 
469.650 
29,895 


7,804 
10,854 
5,248 


10.848 


2.206 


3,773 


1,465 


6,770 


















254,057 


47,875 


226,320 


74,152 


68,674 


21,030 


56,455 


13,812,379 


141,801 


6,349 


1,248 


19,251 


1,259 


(4,782) 


2,506 


843 


532,439 


173 



134 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


St George 

334 


St Jacobs 

296 


St Marys 
1,899 


St Thomas 
9,591 


Sandwich 

West Twp. 

3.852 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
103,231 
34,563 


$ 
120,601 
32,027 


$ 
808,433 
323,360 


$ 
4,046,260 
1,475,827 


$ 


Less accumulated depreciation 


395,340 




68,668 

5,349 
20,000 


88,574 
57,279 


485,073 

39,819 
77,500 


2,570,433 
18,911 


821 931 


CURRENT ASSETS 
Cash on hand and in bank 


4,127 






35,000 

225,231 

4,481 






706 


3,921 


15,859 


260 099 


Other 
















26,055 
73 


61,200 


133,178 
18,230 


283,623 
113,560 


264,226 
10 390 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 










31,682 


423 


7,768 










73 
103,048 




49,912 
1,101,988 


113,983 
3,359,869 


18,158 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


130,637 


370,135 


Total assets 


197,844 


280,411 


1,770,151 


6,327,908 


1,474,450 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures outstanding 


4,800 






106,000 


169,600 






















4,800 

916 

394 






106,000 

186,158 
77,001 


169,600 


LIABILITIES 


9,583 
90 


3,847 
2,651 


292,920 




24,991 








1,310 
11,200 


9,673 
6,000 


6,498 
190,208 


263.159 
232,310 


317,911 


EQUITY 


230,439 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 




77,357 
129 


132,089 
2,012 


471,052 
405 


2,339,306 
27,264 


305,681 


Contributed capital 


80,684 
















88,686 
103,048 


140,101 
130,637 


661,665 
1,101,988 


2,598,880 
3,359,869 


616,804 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


370,135 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


197,844 


280,411 


1,770,151 


6,327,908 


1,474,450 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


83,068 
2,284 


108,800 
6,251 


339,613 
16,429 


2,624.963 
75.518 


815,728 
25,597 




85,352 


115,051 


356,042 


2,700,481 


841,325 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


66,281 


103,243 


287,959 


1,990.075 


627,441 




2,837 
4,759 
1,413 
3,196 


2,920 
3,975 


26.762 
50,077 


311,659 

172,763 

16,418 

116.772 


55,993 




53,5% 




40,734 




3,534 


23,976 


35,868 


Other 
















Total expense 


78,486 


113,672 


388,774 


2,607,687 


813,632 


Net income (net expense) 


6,866 


1,379 


(32,732) 


92,794 


27,693 



Statements A and B 



135 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Sarnia 
17.316 


Scarborough 
82.694 


Schreiber 
Twp. 
688 


Seaforth 

897 


Shelburne 
1.036 


Simcoe 
4,665 


Sioux Lookout 
1.083 


Smiths Falls 

3,746 


Southampton 
1,553 


$ 
9.911,480 
3.394.906 


$ 
48,977.143 
13.538.663 


$ 
274,864 
108.200 


$ 
474,609 
131,120 


$ 
395.071 
118,269 


$ 

2,021,339 

539,554 


$ 
452,032 
170,544 


$ 

1,595,483 

578,340 


$ 
467,193 
117,703 


6.516.574 

5,892 
300,000 


35.438.480 

145,156 

2,515,000 

25,000 

2,931,530 

3,628 


166.664 
21.815 


343,489 

16,978 
6,000 


276,802 
2,988 


1,481,785 

570 
100,000 


281,488 
25,414 


1,017,143 

43,393 
85,000 


349,490 
38,376 


99 500 










343,338 
11.134 


2,493 
270 


10,067 
193 


11,183 
1,149 


113,275 


2,780 
256 


33,671 
7,268 


11,755 








759,864 
252.024 


5,620,314 

957,822 

5,505,215 

417.580 


24,578 
762 


33,238 
1,110 


15,320 
11,293 


213,845 

5,272 


28,450 
16,120 


169,332 
29,390 


50,131 
12,169 


68 941 




193 




25,487 




15,872 


1,956 












320,965 
9,888,000 


6,880,617 
17,687,979 


762 
153,788 


1,303 
343,565 


11,293 

187,197 


30,759 
1,353,560 


16,120 
269,136 


45,262 
1,275,691 


14,125 
241,876 


17,485,403 


65,627,390 


345,792 


721,595 


490,612 


3,079,949 


595,194 


2,507,428 


655,622 


301,000 


10,382,099 






42.000 


320,000 






































301,000 


10,382,099 

4.524.519 
1,269.806 






42,000 

36,765 
14,554 


320,000 

38,824 
45,781 








514,963 
65,611 


13,538 


24,515 

2,785 


45,247 
7,481 


77,447 


22,464 
761 










580,574 
1,285,129 


5,794,325 

5,609,770 
5,505,215 

17,943,917 
2.704,085 


13,538 
50,000 


27,300 
74,440 


51,319 
24,991 


84,605 
185,435 


52,728 


77,447 
147,662 


23,225 
42,523 








4,978,878 
451,822 


119,969 
8,497 


275,790 
500 


146,985 
38,120 


1,075,101 
61,248 


268,986 
4,344 


1,003,094 
3,534 


340,692 
7,306 




















6.715,829 
9,888,000 


31,762,987 
17,687,979 


178,466 
153,788 


350,730 
343,565 


210,096 
187,197 


1,321,784 
1,353,560 


273,330 
269,136 


1,154,290 
1,275,691 


390,521 
241,876 


17,485,403 


65,627,390 


345,792 


721,595 


490,612 


3,079,949 


595,194 


2,507,428 


655,622 




















5,383,002 
236,649 


28,948,481 
1,489,231 


170,200 
7,531 


209,267 
19,295 


211,629 

7,871 


1,444,253 
53,172 


265,051 
12,484 


1,018,198 
29,341 


297,316 
8,495 


5,619,651 


30,437,712 


177,731 


228,562 


219,500 


1,497,425 


277,535 


1,047,539 


305,811 


4,259,337 


24,588,703 


131,945 


146,774 


167,422 


1,062,301 


205,506 


800,775 


222,093 


598,628 

431,410 

82,857 


1,660,714 
1,769,858 
1,171,570 
1,427,444 
5,300 


11,311 
18,069 


30,284 
27,720 


7,206 
19,266 

7,909 
13,416 


95,261 
125,803 
67,771 
53,210 


24,758 
41,722 


52,483 
88,875 


19,430 

22,627 


282,106 


8,871 


14,010 


13,932 


52,265 


12,450 


















5,654,338 


30,623,589 


170,196 


218,788 


215,219 


1,404,346 


285,918 


994,398 


276,600 


(34,687) 


(185,877) 


7,535 


9,774 


4,281 


93,079 


(8,383) 


53,141 


29,211 



136 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


South Grimsby 
Twp. 

476 


South River 
408 


Springfield 
191 


Stayner 
911 


Stirling 
635 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
147,784 
52,376 


$ 
230,727 
77,854 


$ 

70,877 
30,110 


$ 
357,916 
62,531 


$ 
230,907 
79 901 










95,408 
16,541 


152,873 
5,883 


40,767 
8,958 


295,385 
50,665 


151 006 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 


9,430 














1,277 


4,505 
963 


490 


7,191 


2 677 


Other 
















17,818 
28 


11,351 


9,448 


57,856 
408 


12 107 


OTHER ASSETS 


654 


Sinking fund on debentures 










11,428 






2,102 












28 
87,145 


11,428 
35,745 




408 
179,241 


2,756 




53,211 


148,362 








200,399 


211,397 


103,426 


532,890 


314,231 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 




48,500 




79,000 


























48,500 

12,507 
2,479 




79,000 

40,892 
1,125 




LIABILITIES 


5,673 
711 


2,480 
423 


11,426 




2,231 








6,384 
15,000 


14,986 
41.500 


2,903 
9,500 


42,017 
15,557 


13,657 


EQUITY 


23,000 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 




88,012 
3,858 


70,306 
360 


37,757 
55 


212.097 
4,978 


1 28,942 




270 




















106,870 
87,145 


112,166 
35,745 


47,312 
53,211 


232,632 
179,241 


152,212 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


148.362 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


200,399 


211,397 


103,426 


532,890 


314,231 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


83,089 

5,473 


90,773 
2,912 


23,931 
2,486 


175,262 
6,185 


131.506 
9,092 


Total revenue 


88,562 


93,685 


26,417 


181,447 


140,598 


EXPENSE 


55.128 


62,953 


22,780 


130,647 


104,374 


Local generation 




9,523 
15,434 


5,267 
7,655 
7,855 
6.336 


2,594 
1.527 


9,434 
11,663 
3,424 

9.574 


8,023 




9,009 




692 


Depreciation 

Other 


4,524 


2,503 


9,591 














Total expense 


84,609 


90,066 


29,404 


164,742 


131,689 




3,953 


3,619 


(2,987) 


16,705 


8,909 







Statements A and B 



137 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Stoney Creek 
2.183 


Stouffville 
1.734 


Stratford 
8,324 


Strathroy 
2.431 


Streetsville 
2.212 


Sturgeon Falls 
2.002 


Sudbury 
28.776 


Sunderland 
302 


Sundridge 
385 


S 
860.980 
306.779 


$ 
682.890 
159.357 


$ 
6.620.160 
1.501.806 


$ 

1.165.222 

423,621 


$ 

1.025.023 

184,611 


$ 
782,060 
234,879 


$ 
15,260,165 
4.439,192 


$ 
94,059 
36.140 


$ 
121,658 
34,303 


554.201 
18.394 


523.533 

74.118 
18.000 


5,118.354 

40.092 
130.000 


741,601 

85.771 


840.412 

97,129 
30.000 


547.181 

17.427 


10,820,973 

29,986 
1,300,000 


57,919 
10,648 


87,355 

8,282 
2,500 








2,000 
1,343 


10,000 


3.866 


10.320 

1.685 


336.383 
18.079 


12.442 


18,711 


15,558 
169 


885,479 
8,156 


1,498 

700 












22.260 
196 


104.123 
1.285 


524.554 
292.449 


98.213 
8.203 


145,840 
1,882 


33,154 


2,223,621 
323,187 


13,991 


22,980 

257 










100 


5.039 


72.491 


14,764 


7,831 


8,000 


124.753 




700 








296 


6.324 
330.349 


364,940 
3.755.666 


22.967 
732,238 


9.713 

392,885 


8.000 
285.220 


447.940 
5,339,742 




957 


414.568 


75,286 


55,048 


991,325 


964,329 


9,763,514 


1,595,019 


1,388,850 


873,555 


18,832,276 


147,196 


166,340 




23.776 


1.381.500 


83,000 


19.084 


87.160 


5.383,900 
































23.776 

61,609 
25,982 


1.381.500 

418.469 
11.840 


83,000 

61,361 
31,220 


19.084 

114,521 

17.162 


87.160 

47.781 
30.333 


5.383.900 

994,405 

575,749 






847 
7.623 


691 
121 


6,410 
620 


8.470 
78,460 


87.591 
59,066 


430,309 
1,044.300 


92,581 
109.604 


131.683 
134.962 


78,114 
127,840 


1,570,154 
1.839,640 


812 
4,628 


7,030 
33,018 


459.128 
30.699 


405.303 
58.244 


2.912.771 
238.968 


540.766 
36,830 


405,431 
304,805 


293,891 
1.330 


4.119,687 
579,153 


64,216 
2,254 


71,042 
202 




















568,287 
414.568 


522.613 
330.349 


4,196,039 

3,755,666 


687,200 
732,238 


845,198 
392,885 


423,061 
285.220 


6,538.480 
5.339,742 


71,098 
75,286 


104,262 
55,048 


991,325 


964,329 


9,763,514 


1,595,019 


1,388,850 


873,555 


18,832,276 


147,196 


166,340 




















512.278 
35.515 


429,290 
20.206 


3.135.810 
207.652 


704,741 
14,850 


551,900 
17,038 


481.256 
32,236 


7.836,291 
575,404 


49,665 

3.372 


74,937 
1,357 


547,793 


449,496 


3,343,462 


719,591 


568,938 


513,492 


8,411,695 


53,037 


76,294 


413.000 


327.117 


2,414,953 


542,438 


484,789 


356.101 


5,837,032 


47,116 


62,993 


29,223 

52,641 

698 


22,241 

40,793 

5,709 

19,472 


255.855 
201,141 
176,224 
166.423 


57.748 
72.076 
11,829 
31,600 


18,526 
41,293 
10,177 
26,080 


53,113 
45,687 
18,594 
26,841 


726,773 
752,444 
446.624 
504,405 


1,354 
3,002 


3,250 

5.976 


31.478 


3,726 


3.466 




















527,040 


415332 


3,214,596 


715,691 


580,865 


500,336 


8,267,278 


55,198 


75,685 


20,753 


34,164 


128,866 


3,900 


(11,927) 


13,156 


144,417 


(2,161) 


609 



138 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 


Municipality 


Sutton 
1,057 


Tara 
315 


Tavistock 
612 


Tecumseh 
1,543 


Teeswater 
418 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
267,0% 
68,502 


$ 
113,504 
21.354 


$ 
302,458 
108,943 


$ 
518,417 
230,417 


$ 
112,613 
40,720 


Less accumulated depreciation 




198,594 

21,884 
15,000 


92,150 
19,259 


193,515 
29,678 


288,000 
127,115 


71,893 
25,843 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 


8,000 
2,798 






15,500 
2,291 




15,774 
4,340 


2,174 


35,650 


Other 














56,998 
617 


30,057 
1,077 


31,852 
739 


162,765 
24,048 


43,634 
451 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 




25,642 




810 


2,941 


2,239 








26,259 
224,335 


1,077 
87,724 


1,549 
260,912 


26,989 
308,051 


2,690 
136,119 








506,186 


211,008 


487,828 


785,805 


254,336 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 






38,000 


43,300 






























38,000 
16,228 


43,300 

50,479 
4,185 




LIABILITIES 


22,202 
14,301 


7,348 
432 


7,725 
347 










36,503 
26,000 


7,780 
14,264 


16,228 
37,284 


54,664 
37,700 


8,072 
21,296 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 

or held as working funds 


186,455 
32,893 


96,482 
4,758 


134,987 
417 


339,265 
2,825 


88,849 


















Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


245,348 
224,335 


115,504 

87,724 


172,688 
260,912 


379,790 
308,051 


110,145 
136,119 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


506,186 


211,008 


487,828 


785,805 


254,336 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


240,473 
6,404 


81,760 
2,039 


169,344 
12,289 


369,044 
18,906 


93,073 
3,129 


Total revenue 


246,877 


83,799 


181,633 


387,950 


96,202 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


202,703 


68,753 


140,843 


264,016 


84,460 




9,316 
32,911 


1,763 
2,205 


8.847 
10,043 

5,232 
10,756 


31,262 

37,631 

5,653 

15,003 


1,059 
6.412 


Administration 




7,235 


3,351 


4,011 


Other 














Total expense 


252,165 


76,072 


175,721 


353,565 


95,942 




(5,288) 


7,727 


5,912 


34,385 


260 

















Statements A and B 



139 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Terrace Bay 
Twp. 
503 


Thamesford 

525 


Thamesville 
437 


Thedford 
320 


Thessalon 
656 


Thornbury 
656 


Thorndale 
162 


Thornton 
131 


Thorold 

2.712 


S 

366.288 
138.767 


$ 
243.495 
91.899 


$ 
169,719 
84,996 


$ 
106.747 
36.003 


$ 
277,715 
84,561 


$ 
280.362 
58,110 


$ 
55,930 
31,604 


$ 
42,228 
16,157 


$ 

1,103,227 

370,940 


227.^21 
34.581 


151,596 

12,201 
5,000 


84,723 

5,055 
12,630 
3,956 
2.140 


70.744 
20,244 


193.154 
21,748 


222,252 
431 


24,326 
12,627 


26,071 
6,640 


732,287 

1,000 

197 000 




3,000 
3,400 






3,000 
1,524 






2.030 


2.416 


4,771 


15,417 


1,337 


39,858 




















36.611 


19,617 
181 


23,781 
546 


26,644 
29 


26,519 


15,848 
11,290 


17,151 


7,977 


237,858 
28,731 
















436 


4,503 


3,586 




2,958 




37,178 














181 

147,836 


982 
147,100 


4,532 
88,964 


3,586 
76,376 


11,290 
109,245 


2,958 
50,056 




65,909 


192.000 


27,060 


1,427,657 


456,132 


319,230 


256,586 


190,884 


299,635 


358,635 


94,491 


61,108 


2,463,711 






3,200 




9,000 








4,599 














7,488 
























3,200 

8,672 
1,571 




9,000 

17,155 
1,929 








12,087 


15,376 


11,551 
5,443 


6,248 
418 


17,885 
832 


4,405 
340 


3,170 
137 


48,183 
63,590 






15,376 
78,000 


16,994 
8,289 


10,243 
15,988 


6,666 
16,500 


19,084 
56,000 


18,717 
85,714 


4,745 
3,086 


3,307 
7,200 


111,773 
122,269 


164,564 
6,192 


131,931 
14,180 


79,927 
128 


78,198 
556 


139,175 


136,889 
8,070 


36,411 
193 


21.341 
2,200 


761,156 
28,769 


























248,756 
192,000 


154,400 
147,836 


96,043 
147,100 


95,254 
88,964 


195,175 
76,376 


230,673 
109.245 


39,690 
50,056 


30,741 
27,060 


912,194 

1,427,657 


456,132 


319,230 


256,586 


190,884 


299,635 


358,635 


94,491 


61,108 


2,463,711 




















140,039 
11,905 


121,903 
11,962 


89,245 
4,716 


54,987 
2,707 


145,977 
5,981 


143,657 
3,891 


26,012 

2,307 


23,778 
300 


546,542 
40,835 


151,944 


133,865 


93,961 


57,694 


151,958 


147,548 


28,319 


24,078 


587,377 


120,813 


113,504 


76,869 


47,412 


104,839 


102,189 


22,540 


17,818 


420,419 


11,261 
15,646 


4,454 
10,224 


5,015 

11,374 
1,075 
5,928 


1,668 
4,143 


12,589 
18,588 
5.062 
8,254 


11,207 

13,824 

10 

7,530 


699 
4,046 


372 
1,073 


72,977 

131,051 

4,949 


11,322 


8,377 


3,721 


2,279 


1,483 


34,285 




















159,042 


136,559 


100,261 


56,944 


149,332 


134,760 


29,564 


20,746 


663,681 


(7,098) 


(2,694) 


(6300) 


750 


2,626 


12,788 


(1,245) 


3,332 


(76,304) 



140 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 


Municipality 

Number ot'Customers 


Thunder Bay 
36.240 


Tilbury 
1,394 


Tillsonburg 
2,854 


Toronto 
211,376 


Tottenham 

781 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
19,038,897 

7,275,225 


$ 
570,016 
197,104 


$ 
1,319,037 
387,643 


$ 
155,844,578 
54,842,964 


$ 
205,715 
43,591 


Less accumulated depreciation 




11,763,672 

65,992 

200,000 

94,000 

1,163,982 

4,698 


372,912 
3,124 


931,394 
70,878 


101,001,614 

725,346 

4,773,768 

36,800 

8,561,175 

1,597,129 


162,124 
4,915 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 








Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


9,356 
1,126 


25,355 


5,677 










1,528,672 
602,809 


13,606 
1,024 


96,233 
42,595 


15,694,218 

2.679,894 
6,159,344 
8,075,395 


10,592 
297 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


1,754,522 


7,020 


69,081 


984 






2,357,331 
22,795,375 


8,044 
414,765 


111,676 
849,331 


16,914,633 
133,978,880 


1,281 
91,783 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total assets 


38,445,050 


809,327 


1,988,634 


267,589,345 


265,780 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


794,000 
365.158 


35,000 




8,037.050 


28,000 
















1,159,158 

1,156,765 
379,171 


35,000 

36,479 

5,797 




8,037,050 

8,117,248 
2,929,946 


28,000 

15,511 
2,867 


LIABILITIES 


81,274 
34,546 








1,535,936 
1,974,941 


42,276 
77,841 


115,820 
204,211 


11,047,194 

37,052,942 
6,159,344 

66,476,975 

4,409,060 

427,900 


18,378 
28,435 


EQUITY 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 

or held as working funds 


8,394,324 
1,321,178 
1,264,138 


203.202 
36,243 


772,272 
47,000 


51,991 
47,193 














12,954,581 
22,795,375 


317,286 
414,765 


1,023,483 
849,331 


114,526,221 
133,978,880 


127,619 
91,783 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 




38,445,050 


809,327 


1,988,634 


267,589,345 


265,780 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


10,194,071 
740,345 


380,602 
9,067 


729,660 
24,974 


85,598,167 
4,027,199 


134,765 
4,176 




10,934,416 


389,669 


754,634 


89,625,366 


138,941 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


8,117,340 


301,632 


576,491 


63,575,951 


100,213 




863.895 
834,594 
247,648 
619,206 


23,245 

35,103 

7,703 

15,153 


57,138 

72,882 

1,002 

33.796 


8,932,951 
4,385,923 
1,102,754 
4,718,924 
1,565,096 


10,055 




14,736 


Financial 


5,097 
5,375 


Other 














Total expense 


10,682,683 


382,836 


741,309 


84,281,599 


135,476 




251,733 


6,833 


13,325 


5,343,767 


3,465 







Statements A and B 



141 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Trenton 
5.406 


Tweed 

704 


Uxbridge 

1.183 


Vankleek 
Hill 
619 


Vaughan 
Twp. 

7,335 


Victoria 

Harbour 

613 


Walkerton 
1,690 


Wallaceburg 
3,687 


Wardsville 
183 


$ 

2,774.932 

923.288 


$ 
268.215 
93.551 


$ 
486,551 
156,071 


$ 
213.725 
103.599 


$ 
5.483,227 
1,485.951 


$ 
135.304 
43,695 


$ 
708,080 
224.678 


$ 

1,772.291 

752,302 


$ 
51,707 
21,648 


1.851.644 
78.415 


1 74.664 

3.867 
5.000 


330.480 

32.768 

60.000 

2,950 

4,978 


110.126 

4,144 
41.000 


3,997,276 
506,930 


91,609 
8,595 


483,402 
15,910 


1,019,989 

9,864 
30,000 
50,000 
32,571 

897 


30,059 
4,643 










1,500 


92.271 

7 822 


2,250 
3.732 


1.789 
927 


457,736 
24,014 


21,744 


28,418 
261 


1,531 










178.508 
104.642 


14.849 


100,696 
6,001 


47.860 


988,680 

137,156 


30.339 
1,010 


44,589 
23,834 


123,332 
68,260 


7,674 
300 










1,881 




232 




291,674 




3,550 


58,612 














106.523 




6,233 
309,955 




428,830 
1,297,958 


1,010 
73,330 


27,384 
502,587 


126,872 
2,027,830 


300 


2.088.020 


194,801 


78,329 


35,925 


4,224,695 


384,314 


747,364 


236,315 


6,712,744 


196,288 


1,057,962 


3,298,023 


73,958 


94,000 




43,100 




2,935,000 




60,000 


111,000 
































94,000 




43,100 

34,073 
8,586 




2,935,000 

1,154,341 
602.572 




60,000 

46,498 

5,725 


111,000 

130,934 
12,597 




193,230 
164.425 


16,232 
292 


9,404 
233 


17,387 
705 


2,343 
243 


357,655 

295.587 


16,524 
19,000 


42,659 
47,074 


9,637 
44,314 


1,756,913 

447,475 


18,092 
18,781 


52,223 
56,749 


143,531 
85,050 


2,586 
7,563 


1,264.452 
124.981 


153,989 


299,944 
4.632 


104,035 


319,982 
595.380 


84,556 
1,529 


386,403 


859,407 
71,205 


27,884 






























1.685,020 
2,088,020 


172,989 
194,801 


351,650 
309,955 


148,349 
78,329 


722,873 
1.297.958 


104,866 
73,330 


443,152 
502.587 


1,015,662 
2,027,830 


35,447 
35,925 


4,224,695 


384,314 


747,364 


236,315 


6,712,744 


196,288 


1,057,962 


3,298,023 


73,958 




















1.755.090 
65.672 


159,244 
11,066 


277,095 
19,437 


113,323 
9,628 


3,413,973 
111,462 


94,992 
1,058 


535.056 
18,502 


1.628,262 
26,430 


24.904 
1,037 


1,820,762 


170,310 


296,532 


122,951 


3,525,435 


96,050 


553,558 


1,654,692 


25,941 


1,494.432 


138,750 


208,059 


92,267 


2,819,162 


70.004 


440,115 


1,407,718 


23,298 


80.607 
120,886 
31,538 


10,776 
12,564 


16,489 

27,808 

8,784 

15,262 


6.228 

9,975 
1,481 
9,302 


82,969 
201,087 
372.504 
149.688 


7,067 
11,526 


25,875 

37,930 

4,671 

23,123 


48.728 

146.812 

12.502 

53,475 


1,169 
2,105 


89,275 


9,633 


4,240 


2,040 




















1,816,738 


171,723 


276,402 


119,253 


3,625,410 


92,837 


531,714 


1,669,235 


28,612 


4,024 


(1,413) 


20,130 


3,698 


(99,975) 


3,213 


21,844 


(14,543) 


(2,671) 



142 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Warkworth 
263 


Wasaga Beach 
849 


Waterdown 

675 


Waterford 
943 


Waterloo 

10 275 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
104,751 
41.531 


$ 
285,883 
123,461 


$ 
325.690 
117,254 


$ 
277,414 
84.874 


$ 
8,829,582 
1 927 423 










63,220 
12,122 


162,422 

4,571 
29.000 


208,436 
23,266 


192,540 

8.976 
60.000 


6 902 159 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — term deposits 


132,571 
150 000 










449 


7.685 


9,736 


2.067 


518,765 


Other 


2,110 
















12,571 


41,256 
1,603 


33,002 


71,043 
263 


803 446 


OTHER ASSETS 


332,680 


Sinking fund on debentures 










1,749 


642 


165 


43,728 










3,352 
89,282 


642 

180,924 


428 

242,087 


376,408 




50,802 


3,389,075 






Total assets 


126,593 


296,312 


423,004 


506,098 


11,471,088 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


2,816 




6,000 


11,600 


1,383,000 




















2,816 

5,122 
441 




6.000 

14,792 
1,401 


11.600 

6.960 
8,287 


1,383,000 


LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 


9,786 

517 


680.761 
345,132 








5.563 
11.957 


10.303 
107,136 


16,193 
31,633 


15,247 
30,523 


1.025,893 


EQUITY 


1.580.948 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 


49,495 
5,960 


89,297 
294 


159,388 
28,866 


206,513 
128 


3,189,889 


Contributed capital 


902,283 
















67,412 
50,802 


196,727 
89,282 


219,887 
180,924 


237,164 
242,087 


5,673,120 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


3,389,075 




126,593 


296,312 


423,004 


506,098 


11,471,088 


















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


47,727 
3.511 


152,330 

5,157 


162.430 
11,162 


194,633 
6,038 


4,912,615 

237,787 




51,238 


157,487 


173,592 


200,671 


5,150,402 






EXPENSE 


36,014 


102,606 


139.070 


143,663 


3,898,790 


Local generation 




6,932 

3,912 

642 

4.245 


9,748 
26,666 

4,747 
9,614 


12,061 

10,799 

1.362 

11,070 


19.331 
18,573 
2,839 

7.452 


237,129 




347,043 




226,483 




218,380 


Other 


















51,745 


153,381 


174,362 


191,858 


4,927,825 






Net income (net expense) 


(507) 


4,106 


(770) 


8,813 


222,577 



Statements A and B 



143 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Watford 
626 


Waubaushene 

473 


Webbwood 
163 


Welland 
12,914 


Wellesley 
326 


Wellington 
522 


West Lome 
486 


Westport 
330 


Wheatley 
605 


$ 

194.449 
78.713 


$ 
100.837 
20.263 


$ 
80,821 
19,467 


$ 
7,588,441 
2.256,068 


$ 
95,088 
27,609 


$ 
156,9% 
62,476 


$ 
191,858 
%,559 


$ 
91,521 
19,031 


$ 
303,222 
%,274 


115.736 


80.574 
958 


61,354 
3.080 


5,332,373 

241,725 
75,000 


67.479 

3,262 
5,000 


94,520 
461 


95,299 

6,516 
50,000 


72,490 
6,386 


206,948 
12,837 




10,000 








6,000 
886 
%9 


3,000 
1,145 




9.789 


4,801 


1,814 
205 


182.765 
3,156 


518 


5,530 


92 
138 














9.789 

777 


5.759 
67 


5,099 


502,646 
132,868 


8,780 


8,316 
650 


62,046 
762 


10,531 


23,067 

743 
















1,619 


38,168 






289 




79 














777 


67 
57,708 


1,619 
17,922 


171,036 
3,963,027 




650 
118,605 


1,051 
209,805 




822 


232,939 


90,275 


70,186 


156,749 


359,241 


144,108 


85,994 


9,969,082 


166,534 


222,091 


368,201 


153,207 


387,586 






4,795 


1,478,000 


















18,857 




























4,795 

6,399 
4,369 


1,478,000 

348,870 
26,078 




18,857 

8,722 
834 








11,233 
1,076 


12,603 
50 


4,540 
598 


12,197 
310 


5,196 
467 


8,317 
841 


12,309 
9,056 


12,653 
3,243 


10,768 
25,205 


374,948 
1,236,786 


5,138 
12,428 


9,556 
13,816 


12,507 
8,000 


5,663 
15,000 


9,158 
52,000 


104,937 


70,478 
26 


27,304 


2,360,626 
555,695 


56,640 
2,053 


51,765 
9,492 


134,389 
3,500 


62,237 
121 


167,181 
2,498 


























113,993 
232,939 


73,747 
57,708 


52,509 
17,922 


4,153,107 
3,963,027 


71,121 
90,275 


75,073 
118,605 


145,889 
209,805 


77,358 
70,186 


221,679 
156,749 


359,241 


144,108 


85,994 


9,969,082 


166,534 


222,091 


368,201 


153,207 


387,586 




















127,460 
4,516 


60,732 
1,312 


36,982 
1.696 


3,974,535 
172,301 


51,108 
1,898 


84,026 
5,485 


1 14,596 
9,805 


58,118 
2,299 


113,906 
6,439 


131,976 


62,044 


38,678 


4,146,836 


53,006 


89,511 


124,401 


60,417 


120,345 


108,300 


44,072 


26,464 


3,022,369 


46,391 


71,669 


105,728 


44,844 


97,312 


9,802 
22,434 


6,407 
5,620 


2,781 
3,439 
3,156 
2,413 


208,981 
328,071 
229,079 
192,988 


1,278 
5,543 


4,979 
7,431 
1,621 
5,894 


8,251 
15,432 


2,875 
5,632 


7,369 
11,387 


5,9% 


2,871 


3,037 


7,186 


2,480 


8,557 




















146,532 


58,970 


38,253 


3,981,488 


56,249 


91,594 


136,597 


55,831 


124,625 


(14,556) 


3,074 


425 


165,348 


(3,243) 


(2,083) 


(12,196) 


4,586 


(4,280) 



144 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Whitby 
8,173 


Wiarton 
923 


Williamsburg 
147 


Winchester 
739 


Windermere 
142 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
4,462,892 
1,090,880 


$ 
360,754 
104,102 


$ 

33,645 
19,566 


$ 
220,417 
82,502 


$ 
55 540 


Less accumulated depreciation 


17,283 




3,372,012 

202,894 
50,000 


256,652 
2,124 


14,079 

4,596 
11,000 


137,915 

17,408 
20,000 


38 257 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


6,751 




10,000 
7,934 






194,011 


230 
215 


5,631 
992 


1 074 


Other 


225 












446,905 
161,294 
154,611 


20,058 
19,170 


16,041 


44,031 


8 050 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 








115 


215 


2,620 










315,905 
1,869.765 


19,285 
230,795 


215 
49,162 


2,620 
228,544 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


30,246 




6,004,587 


526,790 


79,497 


413,110 


76,553 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 


775.000 

738,277 


59,000 




























1,513,277 

314,578 
103,262 


59.000 

20,440 
3,500 








LIABILITIES 


2,480 
452 


26,355 
144 


1,800 










Total liabilities 


417,840 

674,347 


23,940 
38,400 


2,932 
2,750 


26,499 
29,162 


1,800 


EQUITY 


11,238 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 

or held as working funds 




1,148,324 
381,034 


172,998 
1,657 


24,653 


128,717 
188 


33,269 






















2,203,705 
1,869,765 


213,055 
230,795 


27,403 
49,162 


158,067 

228,544 


44,507 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


30,246 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


6,004,587 


526,790 


79,497 


413,110 


76,553 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


2,635,599 
107,977 


189,487 
9,442 


22,335 
1,368 


208,466 
8,033 


21,344 
1,120 




2,743,576 


198,929 


23,703 


216,499 


22,464 






EXPENSE 


2,017,789 


154,410 


23,328 


172,950 


16,501 








115.430 
188.571 
202,378 
137,645 


16,334 
15,382 
5,583 
9,848 


704 
2,348 


6,402 
13,002 


2,557 




952 








1,369 


7,080 


1,772 


















Total expense 


2,661,813 


201,557 


27,749 


199,434 


21,782 


Net income (net expense) 


81,763 


(2,628) 


(4,046) 


17,065 


682 



Statements A and B 



145 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Windsor 
64.239 


Wingham 
1.264 


Woodbridge 
894 


Woodstock 
8,814 


Woodville 
224 


Wyoming 

587 


York 
36,385 


Zurich 
348 


Total 
1,841,958 


S 
34.300.319 
11.637,641 


$ 
554.993 
226.268 


$ 
298,922 
156,073 


$ 
4.926,179 
1,615,724 


$ 

71,781 
24,142 


$ 
155,451 
59,729 


$ 
15,946,114 

5,471,045 


$ 
119,500 
26,999 


$ 
1,050,510.249 
295,645,842 


22.662,678 
103,233 


328.725 
31,459 


142.849 

10.472 

10.000 

24.900 

3,407 

2,375 


3,310,455 

13,176 
400,000 


47,639 
4,268 


95,722 


10,475,069 

64,382 

1,198,551 

500,000 

479,341 

113,879 


92,501 
18,721 


754,864,407 
17,271,409 


1,794 754 




37 882 051 


1.302.054 


50,253 
18.161 


3,000 
1,592 


3,393 

6,643 

111 




4,692,984 


2,396.750 
32.803 


78,226 
51 


7,056 


47,931,017 
4,235,553 












5,629.594 
1,029,893 


99,873 
16,479 


51,154 


491,453 
190,565 


8,860 


10,147 
238 


2,356,153 
252,753 


25,777 
77 


112,013,014 
22,720,335 








24,737,545 


81.384 




7,123 


52 


407 


1,661 


751,510 


2,620 


19,185,690 








1,111.277 
24,075,898 


16,479 
450,867 


7,123 
355,049 


190,617 
3,662,760 


407 
48,478 


1,899 
87,959 


1,004,263 
11,520,869 


2,697 
93,423 


66,643,570 
626,886,194 


53,479,447 


895,944 


556,175 


7,655,285 


105,384 


195,727 


25,356,354 


214,398 


1,560,407,185 


1,394,400 
















123,477,707 


















1,343,259 




















1,394,400 
















124,820,966 


2,498,115 

194,988 


28,037 
5,182 


19,866 
3,989 


269,410 
64,742 


4,100 
174 


13,177 
970 


861,821 
828,465 


6,811 
235 


73,849,720 
20,595,099 


2,693,103 
4,641,417 


33,219 
81,155 


23,855 
23,835 


334,152 
429,776 


4,274 
5,248 


14,147 
9,700 


1,690,286 
790,978 


7,046 
5,592 


94,444,819 

148,111,734 
24,737,545 


19.492.931 
1,181,698 


330,703 


150,193 
3.243 


2,891,690 
336,907 


44,754 
2,630 


83,921 


11,306,427 
47,794 


108,337 


470,065,391 
69,030,143 










2,310,393 




















25,316,046 
24,075,898 


411,858 
450,867 


177,271 
355,049 


3,658,373 
3,662,760 


52,632 
48,478 


93,621 
87,959 


12,145,199 
11,520,869 


113,929 
93,423 


714,255,206 
626,886,194 


53,479,447 


895,944 


556,175 


7,655,285 


105,384 


195,727 


25,356,354 


214,398 


1,560,407,185 




















22,417,077 
894,711 


361,085 
13,471 


254,747 
13,009 


2,964,345 
130,422 


34,383 
1,254 


103,170 

2,576 


9,396,373 
474,692 


78,203 
2,965 


637,996,102 
26,541,627 


23,311,788 


374,556 


267,756 


3,094,767 


35,637 


105,746 


9,871,065 


81,168 


664,537,729 


17,052.073 


284,522 


234.206 


2,500,080 


27,737 


85,834 


7,508,772 


58,877 


508,212,216 
999,948 


1,782,435 

1,181,789 

325,250 


20,585 
32,441 


9,453 
25,249 


150,226 

154,267 

498 

138,507 


2,524 
2,306 


2,693 
5,824 


595,675 
927,992 

10,547 
496,922 

83,254 


4,796 

9,657 


41,686,082 
38,710,621 
16,575,465 


963,741 


15,267 


13.721 


2,570 


5,029 


3,429 


29,437,838 
2,201,227 


















21,305,288 


352,815 


282,629 


2,943,578 


35,137 


99,380 


9,623,162 


76,759 


637,823,397 


2,006,500 


21,741 


(14,873) 


151,189 


500 


6,366 


247,903 


4,409 


26,714,332 



STATEMENT "C" 



Statement C records revenue, use of energy, number of customers, average use 
per customer, and average revenue per kilowatt-hour for each of the main classes of 
service for all the municipal electrical utilities supplied under cost contracts with On- 
tario Hydro. The number of customers shown is that at the end of the year under 
review, but the calculation of monthly energy use per customer is based on the average 
of the numbers served at the end of the year under review and the preceding year. The 
revenue and use of energy for house heating and the use of flat-rate water heaters are 
included in the totals shown, the flat-rate water-heater kilowatt-hours being 
estimated on the basis of 16.8 hours' use per day. 

The average revenue per kilowatt-hour is the average paid by the customer, that 
is the average revenue per kilowatt-hour received by the utility. Such a statistical 
average does not represent the utility's actual revenue from delivering one kilowatt- 
hour. However, a comparison of this average over a number of years gives some in- 
dication of the trend of revenue in any one municipality, and the general trend may be 
seen in the table on page 94. Other things being equal, the average revenue per 
kilowatt-hour would rise with an increase in rates. The normal trend, however, is for 
use per customer to increase, and residential customers in particular are using an 
ever-widening variety of electrical appliances, including fast-recovery water heaters. 
This increased use, since it is billed at the lower rates usually applicable to higher- 
consumption blocks of kilowatt-hours, is frequently reflected in a lower average 
revenue per kilowatt-hour. 

The general service class includes data on both industrial and commercial 
customers. 

Information on monthly rates and comparative bills are now published 
separately from this publication. Readers who require this information may obtain it 
by request to the Power Market Analysis Department of the Regions and Marketing 
Branch, at the Ontario Hydro Head Office, Toronto. 

147 



148 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Toronto 

Hamilton 

North York . . . 

Ottawa 

Etobicoke .... 

Scarborough . . 
Mississauga. . . 

Windsor 

London 

St Catharines. . 

Kitchener 

Oshawa 

Oakville 

Thunder Bay . . 
York 

East York 

Guelph 

Burlington. . . . 

Sudbury 

Nepean Twp. . . 

Brantford 

Peterborough. . 

Kingston 

Sarnia 

Waterloo 

Niagara Falls . . 
Brampton .... 
North Bay .... 

Gait 

Barrie 

Chatham 

Welland 

Gloucester Twp. 

Belleville 

Vaughan Twp. . 

Woodstock. . . . 

Stratford 

Orillia 

Whitby 

St. Thomas . . . 



kWh 
6,269,163,545 
4,923,275,510 
3,458,519,451 
2,831,900,354 
2,442,013,152 

2,152,113,554 
1,769,429,364 
1.594,095,941 
1,504,394,945 
1,076,689,066 

949,547,042 
927,976,818 
778.685,931 
776.926,547 
725.968,990 

657,250.004 
576.448,998 
569,784,751 
533,111,389 
490,387,425 

468.542,219 
447,775,400 
437,123,196 
436,739,194 
365,275,588 

336.772,266 
329,556.336 
318,000.128 
312.891,446 
280.735,263 

276,838,860 
270,042,851 
268,094,681 
262,332,220 
244,032,303 

222,657,369 
221,181,475 
188,696,650 
187,381,506 
183,315,271 



85,598,167 
53,929,276 
48,854,667 
36,134,791 
32,178,599 

28.948,481 
22,938,499 
22.417,077 
20,562,206 
13,901,332 

12,946,523 
11,649,361 

9,676,952 
10,194,071 

9,396,373 

9,078,51 1 
7,296,609 
8,780,553 
7,836,291 
6,869,829 

5.958,695 
5,897,825 
5,778,270 
5,383,002 
4,912,615 

4,794,225 
4,923,433 
4,766,351 
4,059,731 
3,832,137 

3,961,001 
3,974,535 
4,038,847 
3,445,163 
3,413,973 

2,964,345 
3,135,810 
2,548,253 
2,635,599 
2,624.963 



211,376 
106,274 
132,817 
102,955 
88,305 

82,694 
42,939 
64,239 
71,642 

35,779 

36,584 
28,208 
19,214 
36,240 
36,385 

32,450 
18,904 
26,109 
28,776 
15,647 

21,868 
19,740 
19,879 
17,316 
10,275 

19,963 
11,582 
16,657 
11,989 

11,704 

11,918 
12,914 
11,902 

12,572 
7,335 

8,814 
8,324 
8,221 
8,173 
9.591 



kWh 

1.211,643,148 
636.092,522 

1,154,473,562 
849,679,776 
749,323,118 

795,910,192 
477.348,218 
403,286,135 
501,675,911 
231,825,265 

286,108,923 
269,343,624 
191,567,408 
299,241,316 
249,672,378 

198,904,862 
186,622,698 
239,866,610 
262,306,967 
206,719,618 

144,331,326 
169,941,322 
147,829,874 
129,935,921 
101,379,332 

122.110,604 
100,509,354 
139,522,818 
95,417,708 
99,138,352 

68,559,660 
71,058,688 
129.389,567 
98.118,628 
66,393,878 

68,283,481 
70,287,487 
62,886,341 
80,526,661 
61.095.109 



19,581,316 
10,439,717 
1 7,898,690 
10,042,969 
11,071.718 

11,143.271 
7,224,736 
7,632,986 
8,631.108 
4,100,356 

4,282,975 
3,954,754 
3,090,884 
4,210,955 
3,417,082 

3,134,738 
2,832,421 
4,131,969 
3,838,605 
3,107,284 

2,224,192 
2,575,843 
2,203,254 
1,970,765 
1,553,323 

1,967,856 
1,694.410 
2,267,924 
1,446,338 
1,560,593 

1,244,297 
1,389,164 
2,137,661 
1,323,912 
1,065,869 

1,090,261 
1,160,575 
914,875 
1,274,765 
1,093,623 



180,021 
95,469 

119,433 
90.890 
82,067 

73,987 
38,395 
57,173 
65,376 
32,508 

33,104 
25,274 
16,748 
32,292 
32,405 

29.898 
17,293 
24,136 
25,837 
13,932 

19,522 
17,276 
16,737 
15,531 
9,118 

17,674 
10,242 
14,479 
10,654 
10,221 

10,258 
11,616 
10,905 
10,575 
5,907 

7,799 
7,349 
7,174 
7,370 
8,597 



kWh 

550 
563 
800 
781 
761 

899 
1,044 

595 
646 
608 

732 
895 
985 
782 
622 

528 
925 
859 
847 

1,257 

627 
816 
739 
699 
940 

585 
789 
818 
762 
876 

565 

516 

1,028 

777 
998 

731 
807 
737 
938 
603 



Statement C 



149 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 










(under 5.000 KW) 








(under 5.000 KW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


S 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


3,756.756.680 


51.906.900 


31.339 


9,741 


1.38 


1,235,203,489 


13,238,039 


16 


1.07 


65,560,228 


871,912 


1.157.052.920 


15.332.364 


10.790 


9,227 


1.33 


3,105,957,152 


27,807,970 


15 


0.90 


24,172,916 


349,225 


2,159,939,836 


29.314.071 


13,382 


13,951 


1.36 


105,864,000 


1,109,549 


2 


1.05 


38,242,053 


532,357 


1,894.243,923 


24,958.348 


12,060 


12,976 


1.32 


61,857,600 


761,552 


5 


1.23 


26,119.055 


371,922 


1.478.966.702 


18.778.169 


6.235 


20,013 


1.27 


187,368,000 


1,975,154 


3 


1.05 


26.355.332 


353,558 


1.201,487.386 


16.257,606 


8,703 


11,949 


1.35 


129,814,800 


1,218,127 


4 


0.94 


24,901,176 


329,477 


918.336.300 


12,014.792 


4,539 


17,676 


1.31 


358.737,680 


3,502,511 


5 


0.98 


15,007,166 


196,460 


747.247,752 


10.416,926 


7,061 


9,045 


1.39 


424,102,000 


4,096,837 


5 


0.97 


19,460,054 


270,328 


903.368,772 


10,964,136 


6,265 


12,163 


1.21 


81,302,400 


744,951 


1 


0.92 


18,047,862 


222,011 


305,070,048 


4,168,573 


3,265 


7,915 


1.37 


527,195.680 


5,469,206 


6 


1.04 


12.598,073 


163,197 


447,441,495 


6,384,488 


3,476 


10,634 


1.43 


203,572,200 


2,107,380 


-4 


1.04 


12,424,424 


171,680 


253,414,033 


3.416.622 


2,928 


7,308 


1.35 


396,162,734 


4,160,803 


6 


1.05 


9,056,427 


117,182 


232.274,394 


3,277.747 


2,463 


8,020 


1.41 


350,133,600 


3,241,894 


3 


0.93 


4,710,529 


66,427 


465,933.406 


5,840,680 


3,948 


10,281 


1.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


11,751,825 


142,436 


366,127,821 


4.945.560 


3.977 


7,773 


1.35 


102,876,520 


939,388 


3 


0.91 


7,292.271 


94,343 


393,403,600 


5,177.236 


2.551 


12,894 


1.32 


57,632,940 


666,707 


1 


1.16 


7,308,602 


99,830 


278,354,217 


3,362,477 


1,609 


15,216 


1.21 


105,627,600 


1,026,767 


-2 


0.97 


5,844,483 


74,944 


324,412,025 


4.574,866 


1.973 


14,251 


1.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5.506,116 


73,718 


264,083,428 


3.896.734 


2,939 


7,493 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6,720,994 


100,952 


259,920,602 


3,503,549 


1,714 


13,366 


1.35 


22,304,016 


237,991 


1 


1.07 


1,443,189 


21,005 


289,432,239 


3,369,506 


2,345 


10,314 


1.16 


27,984,000 


277,980 


1 


0.99 


6,794,654 


87,017 


200,664,094 


2,547,469 


2,461 


7.363 


1.27 


71,677,200 


708,593 


3 


0.99 


5,492,784 


65,920 


284,690,116 


3.519,066 


3,142 


7,623 


1.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,603.206 


55,950 


202.937,294 


2,519,902 


1,783 


9,487 


1.24 


98,059,560 


812,723 


2 


0.83 


5,806,419 


79,612 


185.642,099 


2.550.974 


1,156 


13,552 


1.37 


73,416,000 


742,067 


1 


1.01 


4,838.157 


66,251 


208,859.243 


2,752.029 


2,289 


7.635 


1.32 














5.802,419 


74,340 


225,805.973 


3,182.369 


1,340 


14,536 


1.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3.241,009 


46,654 


175,988.559 


2,464.250 


2,178 


6,837 


1.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2.488,751 


34,177 


213,990.086 


2,568,765 


1,335 


13,494 


1.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,483,652 


44,628 


180,224,285 


2,254,181 


1,483 


10,705 


1.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,372,626 


17,363 


204,161.278 


2,661,477 


1,660 


10,399 


1.30 














4,117,922 


55,227 


150,502,811 


2,024.130 


1.297 


9,848 


1.34 


44,620.072 


509,739 


1 


1.14 


3,861,280 


51,502 


120,449,548 


1,691,293 


996 


10,456 


1.40 


16,586,400 


185,521 


1 


1.12 


1,669,166 


24,372 


160,165,331 


2,069,467 


1,997 


6,869 


1.29 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,048,261 


51,784 


175,752,280 


2,322.573 


1,428 


11,176 


1.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,886,145 


25,531 


151.353.523 


1.836.550 


1.015 


12,575 


1.21 














3,020,365 


37,534 


147,691,860 


1.933,757 


975 


12,597 


1.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3.202,128 


41,478 


123,781.007 


1,608.615 


1.047 


10,178 


1.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,029,302 


24,763 


82,623.572 


1,064,087 


802 


8,661 


1.29 


21,834.180 


265,781 


1 


1.22 


2,397,093 


30,966 


120,469,342 


1,509.623 


994 


10,141 


1.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,750,820 


21,717 



150 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



TOTAL 

Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig. . . 

Ajax 

Alexandria. . . 
Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston .... 
Amherstburg . 
Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill . . . 

Arkona 

Arnprior .... 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore . . . 

Aylmer 

Ayr . _ 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay . . 
Bath 

Beachburg. . . 
Beachville . . . 
Beams ville . . . 
Beaverton . . . 
Beeton 

Belle River. . . 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim. . . . 
Bloomfield. . . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . . 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville . 



kWh 
39,885,173 

3,211,080 
99,045,876 
28,927,545 

7,225,374 

26,836,832 
22,492,104 
2,266,880 
50,562,307 
17,490,992 

1,055,814 

2,136,640 

59,309,578 

12,297,079 

5,318,202 

23,973,544 

78,461,225 

942,179 

36,590,370 

9,366,681 

6,191,452 
14,902,340 
280,735,263 
6,142,465 
4,541,931 

2,972,479 
25,491,818 
18,628,768 
13,015,846 

5,261,590 

14,370,620 
262,332,220 

7,468,040 
17,383,035 

3,952,908 

6,704,810 
10,697,062 
21,268,660 

4,664,691 
79,786,175 



$ 
550,393 

47,614 

1,387,221 

409,572 

108,264 

361,168 
318,771 
39,297 
631,125 
279,478 

16,892 
24,337 
753,472 
176,147 
78,308 

418,197 

1,094,096 

17,718 

527,982 

139,172 

94,491 
228,536 
3,832,137 
97,663 
67,936 

41,015 
246,221 
260,700 
177,780 

83,204 

238,546 
3,445,163 
106,180 
257,200 
52,707 

99,924 
176,920 
367,868 

68,614 
1,050,487 



1,794 

265 

3.961 

1,323 

385 

1,226 
1,320 
355 
1,848 
1,197 

114 
207 
2,212 
608 
437 

1,850 

3,683 

114 

1,932 

485 

313 
868 
11,704 
492 
293 

263 
345 
1,509 
802 
493 

1,085 
12,572 

264 
1,385 

318 

380 
910 

1,304 
382 

3,536 



kWh 
13,833,733 

1,915,750 
29,254,762 
12,042,606 

4,053,112 

9,583,975 
10,729,783 

1,260,400 
16,790,821 
13,131,270 

786,300 

1,581,300 

19,478,113 

4,430,550 

3,550,850 

15,545,372 
32,292,948 
711,450 
16,686,500 
4,191,262 

2,208,070 
6,491,151 
99,138,352 
3,165,420 
2,310,407 

2,238,027 
2,544,565 
9,878,767 
6,468,850 
3,218,112 

9,618,850 
98,118,628 
2,512,230 
8,105,145 
2,291,549 

2,941,160 
6,959,677 

10,549,023 
2,669,460 

31,871,638 



$ 
201,672 

25,685 
470,083 
176,715 

57,726 

137,940 
169,850 
22,242 
237,987 
210,368 

12,736 

17,647 
285,640 
65,663 
50,243 

271,225 
478,024 

13,184 
235,443 

58,243 

33,072 
102,401 
1,560,593 
50,671 
34,467 

29,258 
38,128 
140,277 
90,505 
44,476 

165,847 
1,323,912 

36,704 
120,767 

27,644 

40,633 
111,639 
197,063 

36.439 
463,550 



1,586 

214 

3,538 

1,126 

314 

1,034 
1,159 
290 
1,584 
1,095 

94 

177 

1.908 

470 

373 

1,598 

3,277 

94 

1,671 

404 

247 
685 
10,221 
408 
246 

222 
304 
1,320 
666 
421 

992 

10,575 

228 

1,177 

254 

307 
750 

1.139 
305 

3,176 



kWh 
742 
758 
701 
911 

1,100 

772 
776 
363 
902 
1,004 

676 
751 
856 
789 
797 

813 
810 
641 
862 
878 

717 
794 
876 
648 
783 



628 
845 

677 

819 
777 
914 
580 
750 

831 

777 
791 
738 
8% 



Statement C 



151 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 






(under 5.000 KW) 






(over 5,000 KW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


25.558.490 


342,405 


208 


10,339 


1.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


492,950 


6,316 


1.231.000 


21,120 


51 


2,031 


1.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


64,330 


809 


69.149,178 


908,855 


423 


14.089 


1.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


641,936 


8,283 


16,607.966 


229,317 


197 


7,171 


1.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


276,973 


3,540 


3,086.603 


49,461 


71 


3,524 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


85,659 


1,077 


17,076,367 


221,036 


192 


7,470 


1.29 








_ 





176,490 


2,192 


11,409,689 


144,755 


161 


5,943 


1.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


352,632 


4,166 


897,490 


15,766 


65 


1,160 


1.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


108,990 


1,289 


33,224,207 


386,322 


264 


10,547 


1.16 


— 


— 


— 


— 


547,279 


6,816 


3,956,430 


63,699 


102 


3,155 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


403,292 


5,411 


247,183 


3,912 


20 


1,005 


1.58 














22,331 


244 


485,680 


5,829 


•30 


1,349 


1.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


69,660 


861 


39.330,182 


461,260 


304 


10,998 


1.17 


— 


— 


— 


— 


501,283 


6,572 


7,661,068 


107,852 


138 


4,660 


1.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


205,461 


2,632 


1,624,700 


26,319 


64 


2,083 


1.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


142,652 


1,746 


7,918.682 


139,475 


252 


2,640 


1.76 


_ 


_ 





_ 


509,490 


7,497 


45,211,706 


603,984 


406 


9,431 


1.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


956,571 


12,088 


184,400 


3,954 


20 


715 


2.14 


— 


— 


— 


— 


46,329 


580 


19,585,240 


288,328 


261 


6,241 


1.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


318,630 


4,211 


5,023,904 


79,032 


81 


5,367 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


151,515 


1,897 


3,812,553 


59,167 


66 


5,884 


1.55 


_ 





_ 





170,829 


2,252 


8,144.216 


122,851 


183 


3,802 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


266,973 


3,284 


180,224,285 


2,254,181 


1,483 


10,705 


1.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,372,626 


17,363 


2,800,443 


44,808 


84 


2,795 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


176,602 


2,184 


2,159,531 


32,566 


47 


4,090 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


71,993 


903 


670,459 


11,090 


41 


1,490 


1.65 














63,993 


667 


22,856,677 


206,960 


41 


43,787 


0.91 


— 


— 


— 


— 


90,576 


1,133 


8,443,365 


116,898 


189 


3,803 


1.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


306,636 


3,525 


6.348,586 


85,053 


136 


3,948 


1.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


198,410 


2,222 


1,913,275 


37,185 


72 


2,328 


1.94 


— 


— 


— 


— 


130,203 


1,543 


4,535,990 


69,763 


93 


4,395 


1.54 














215,780 


2,936 


160,165,331 


2,069,467 


1,997 


6,869 


1.29 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,048,261 


51,784 


4,882,820 


68,556 


36 


11,303 


1.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


72,990 


920 


8,908,260 


131,995 


208 


3,630 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


369,630 


4,438 


1,608,364 


24,465 


64 


2,078 


1.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


52,995 


598 


3,572,670 


56,753 


73 


4,107 


1.59 














190,980 


2,538 


3.465,613 


61,813 


160 


1,863 


1.7.8 


— 


— 


— 


— 


271,772 


3,468 


10,383,670 


166,059 


165 


5.375 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


335,967 


4,746 


1,821,915 


30,184 


77 


1,998 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


173,316 


1,991 


47,138,615 


577,563 


360 


10,942 


1.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


775,922 


9,374 



152 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



TOTAL 

Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Bracebridge . . . 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 
Brantford 

Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . . 
Burk's Falls . . 

Burlington. . . 
Cache Bay 
Caledonia 
Campbellford. 
Campbellville. 

Cannington . . , 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 
Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River . . 
Chapleau Twp. 
Chatham 
Chatsworth . . 

Chesley 

Chesterville . . 
Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane .... 
Colborne .... 
Coldwater . . . 



kWh 

27,178,633 

21,177,159 

11,166,375 

329,556,336 

468,542,219 

98,872,646 
1,641,510 

10,645,749 
1,906,670 

18,008,284 

168,975,473 
4,921,601 
5,976.065 
1,608,214 
6.338,466 

569,784,751 

2,520,808 

11,053,074 

26,225,105 

1,249,579 

6,746,865 
18,109,991 

6,058,547 
30,245,746 

7,712,927 

5,327,550 
3,909,707 
16,123,921 
276,838,860 
2,269,250 

9,813,554 
11,371,094 
14,663,901 

3,331,936 
17,132,880 

5,056,378 

121,218,565 

28,752,762 

10,902,767 

5.705.965 



$ 

417,612 

306,344 

131,642 

4,923,433 

5,958,695 

1,428,395 
24,000 

152,598 
25,530 

283,604 

2,184,031 
72,216 
88,794 
27,843 
94,342 

8,780,553 

34,363 

187,896 

312,047 

17.459 

94,877 
283,618 
100,496 
472,565 
130,487 

101,143 
56,189 

323,783 

3,961,001 

35,823 

146,317 
160,230 
259,012 

55,785 
281,467 

69,855 

1,396,278 

417,501 

161,935 

81,903 



1,570 

1,305 

167 

11,582 

21.868 

3,120 
119 
706 
219 

1,252 

7,426 
423 
473 
119 
397 

26,109 

212 

1.126 

1,547 

111 

515 
1,256 

676 
2,010 

492 

448 

321 

1.129 

11,918 

203 

830 
519 

1,613 
287 

1,389 

426 

3,985 

1,637 

675 

365 



kWh 

13,229,519 

10,172,220 

1,250,825 

100,509,354 

144,331,326 

33,780,606 

663,600 

7,685,522 

1,103,930 

10,428,150 

61,993,850 
3,194,170 
3,626,105 
1,108,210 
3,376,671 

239.866,610 

2,154,560 

6,443,071 

12,026,012 

1,047,243 

4,579,090 
12,344,533 

4,247,151 
15,694,457 

4,353,225 

2,589,770 
3,005.800 
8,851,147 
68.559,660 
1.468,000 

6,444,705 
4,096,987 
10,552,393 
1,979,280 
9,303,380 

3,269,268 
28,142,905 
12,600,385 
6,324,850 
3,510.221 



$ 

216,732 

143,685 

19,330 

1,694,410 

2,224,192 

522,061 

9,166 

101,074 

12,926 

159,052 

942,013 
42,968 
51,466 
14,225 
47,430 

4,131,969 

28,057 

115,333 

139,019 

14,323 

63,244 
198,851 

72,919 
269,215 

73,582 

50,038 
42,430 
180,087 
1,244,297 
21,702 

90,091 
60,879 

192,485 
30,278 

151,471 

40,726 
393,204 
194,314 
93.404 
45,900 



1,260 

1,084 

146 

10,242 

19,522 

2,770 

90 

632 

170 

1,072 

6,528 

335 

379 

97 

314 

24,136 

197 

981 

1,286 

103 

433 
1,149 



399 

361 
295 
951 
10,258 
166 

692 
437 

1,492 
214 

1,156 

346 

3,377 

1,381 

580 

311 



kWh 
883 
829 
709 
789 
627 

1,023 
647 

1,005 
541 
813 

798 
793 
797 
962 
903 

859 
900 
553 
786 
900 

878 
908 
583 
737 
933 



782 
565 

737 

785 
786 
600 
782 
681 

798 
698 

779 
914 
947 



Statement C 



153 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5.000 KW) 






(over 5.000 KW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


13.512,884 


195.290 


310 


3.876 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


436,230 


5,590 


10.676,601 


158.504 


221 


4.158 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


328,338 


4,155 


9,881.554 


111,897 


21 


38,301 


1.13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


33,996 


415 


225.805.973 


3.182.369 


1,340 


14,536 


1.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,241,009 


46,654 


289,432,239 


3,369,506 


2.345 


10,314 


1.16 


27,984,000 


277,980 


1 


0.99 


6,794,654 


87,017 


37.790.468 


560,705 


349 


9.115 


1.48 


27,021,600 


342,014 


1 


1.27 


279,972 


3,615 


948.610 


14,476 


29 


2,774 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


29,300 


358 


2.765.580 


49,170 


74 


3,179 


1.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


194,647 


2,354 


737,080 


11,941 


49 


1,280 


1.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


65,660 


663 


7,334,492 


121,267 


180 


3,358 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


245,642 


3,285 


77,551.463 


944,036 


897 


7,233 


1.22 


27,680,000 


276,227 


1 


1.00 


1.750,160 


21,755 


1.645.772 


28,286 


88 


1,558 


1.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


81,659 


962 


2.244.303 


36,122 


94 


1,990 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


105,657 


1,206 


466.674 


13,201 


22 


1,809 


2.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


33,330 


417 


2.877,546 


45,874 


83 


2,907 


1.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


84,249 


1,038 


324,412,025 


4,574,866 


1,973 


14.251 


1.41 











_ 


5,506,116 


73,718 


310.920 


5.601 


15 


1,727 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


55,328 


705 


4.302.034 


68,827 


145 


2,414 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


307,969 


3,736 


13.726,807 


167,785 


261 


4,383 


1.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


472,286 


5,243 


161.340 


2.663 


8 


1,921 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


40,996 


473 


2.044,175 


30,305 


82 


2,170 


1.48 














123,600 


1.328 


5.511.817 


81,443 


107 


4,138 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


253,641 


3,324 


1,668.077 


25,971 


68 


1,944 


1.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


143,319 


1,606 


14.082.336 


197,439 


202 


5,781 


1.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


468,953 


5.911 


3.242.380 


55,331 


93 


3,053 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


117,322 


1.574 


2.538.134 


48,476 


87 


2.445 


1.91 





_ 


_ 


_ 


199,646 


2.629 


807,250 


12,651 


26 


2,746 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


96,657 


1.108 


7.131,455 


141,503 


178 


3,396 


1.98 


— 


— 


— 


— 


141,319 


2,193 


204.161.278 


2,661,477 


1,660 


10,399 


1.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,117,922 


55,227 


700.250 


12,798 


37 


1,599 


1.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


101,000 


1,323 


3.101.450 


52,890 


138 


1,880 


1.71 





_ 


_ 


_ 


267,399 


3,336 


7,112.789 


97,253 


82 


7,185 


1.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


161,318 


2,098 


3.688.217 


61,055 


121 


2,684 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


423,291 


5,472 


1,275.400 


24.548 


73 


1.508 


1.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


77,256 


959 


7,483.860 


125,280 


233 


2,671 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


345,640 


4,716 


1.652,456 


27,559 


80 


1,721 


1.67 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


134,654 


1,570 


92,304.404 


994,148 


608 


13,205 


1.08 


— 


— 


— 


— 


771,256 


8,926 


15.806,411 


218,337 


256 


5,248 


1.38 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


345,966 


4,850 


4,322.609 


65,184 


95 


3,812 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


255,308 


3,347 


2.129.144 


35,201 


54 


3,286 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


66,600 


802 



154 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Collingwood. 
Comber .... 
Coniston . . . 
Cookstown. . 
Cottam .... 

Courtright . . 
Creemore. . . 
Dashwood . . 
Deep River. . 
Delaware . . . 

Delhi 

Deseronto . . 
Dorchester. . 
Drayton. . . . 
Dresden .... 

Drumbo. . . . 
Dryden .... 

Dublin 

Dundalk . . . 
Dundas .... 

Dunnville. . . 
Durham. . . . 

Dutton 

East York . . 
Eganville . . . 

Elmira 

Elmvale .... 
Elmwood . . . 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun. . . . 

Erieau 

Erie Beach . . 

Erin 

Espanola . . . 

Essex 

Etobicoke . . 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 
Fergus 



kWh 
118,331,044 
3,191,600 
10,853,243 
4,793,874 
2,494.224 

2,075,945 
4,978,927 
2,420,530 
34,343,770 
2,055,840 

21,628,349 
11,519,445 
4,448,446 
4,208,637 
18,413,621 

1,884,142 

34,703,837 

1,843,588 

7,968,517 

93,714,143 

33,585,661 
13,457,630 

3,112,235 
657,250,004 

6,994,786 

47,902,295 
7,736,871 
1,320,972 

11,911,845 
3,661,822 

9,810,843 
3,414,160 
679,840 
10,257,710 
28,383,342 

22,750,060 
2,442,013,152 
22,595,096 
11,996,430 
59,303,326 



1,490,467 
49,832 
166,728 
70,527 
41,997 

37,630 
73,653 
32,820 
512,725 
26,940 

325,314 
173,595 
69,932 
67,329 
270,950 

30,540 
562,970 

29,695 

113,910 

1,449,991 

512,939 

218,941 

54,295 

9,078,511 

105,919 

613,169 
109,475 

20,301 
187,163 

53,073 

158,023 
48,112 
11,908 

136,988 

457,972 

350,975 
32,178,599 
358.307 
195,678 
808,855 



4,023 
242 
790 
366 

277 

267 
430 
198 
1,600 
168 

1,721 
604 
396 
321 

1,011 

189 

2,324 

128 

561 

5,441 

2,154 

1,063 

399 

32,450 

555 

1,856 
499 
164 

752 
291 

459 
384 
156 
683 
1,809 

1,704 

88,305 

1,502 

954 

1,869 



kWh 

32,094,980 
1,522,900 
7,742,540 
3,804,400 
1,714,288 

1,362,570 
3,600,560 
1,589,900 
19,410,100 
1,536,450 

9,190,681 
4,991,614 
2,592,045 
2,121,450 
5,660,240 

1,327,210 

18,269,737 

911,606 

4,298,400 

44,423,274 

10,140,179 

7,229,250 

1,592,950 

198,904,862 

3,597,350 

15,437,319 
3,700,650 
973,300 
6.092,995 
2,571,600 

5,471,605 
2,382,880 
631,450 
6,269,530 
19,897,962 

11,781.540 
749,323,118 
12,893,119 
7,215,450 
15.770,210 



$ 

472,965 
24,465 

120,573 
52,095 
27,103 

25,599 

50,716 

20,729 

298,409 

19,436 

139,068 
78,178 
40,825 
33,235 
84,416 

20,597 

318,613 

11,940 

58,559 

755,918 

174,970 
112,937 

28,184 
3,134,738 

49,986 

207,010 
47,393 
13,846 

100,041 
34,692 

88,615 
30,609 
11,131 
75,487 
315,734 

190,677 
11,071,718 
189,603 
118,032 
250,385 



3,465 
214 

727 
314 
227 

245 
364 
165 
1,452 
146 

1,405 
529 
335 

255 
830 

151 

2,000 

94 

446 
4,876 

1,820 

910 

324 

29,898 

461 

1,600 
399 
139 
652 
234 

363 
330 
153 
577 
1,609 

1,478 

82,067 

1,254 

808 

1.626 



kWh 
774 
590 
892 

1,013 
635 

493 

839 

813 

1,121 



546 

757 
645 
699 

575 

740 
757 
817 
802 
765 

466 
686 
421 
528 
650 

831 
781 
588 
775 
940 

1,275 
597 
353 
946 

1,034 

742 
761 
863 
746 
807 



Statement C 



155 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 










(under 5,000 KW) 






(over 5,000 KW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


85,461,173 


1,007,941 


558 


12,984 


1.18 


— 


— 


— 


— 


774,891 


9,561 


1.583.708 


24,307 


28 


4,888 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


84,992 


1,060 


2,805.400 


42,267 


63 


3,569 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


305,303 


3,888 


898.150 


17,244 


52 


1,497 


1.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


91,324 


1,188 


727,986 


14,244 


50 


1,213 


1.96 


— 


— 


— 


— 


51,950 


650 


635,050 


11,029 


22 


2,405 


1.74 














78,325 


1,002 


1,252,160 


21,401 


66 


1,581 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


126,207 


1,536 


776,300 


11,484 


33 


1,960 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


54,330 


607 


14,133,417 


203,900 


148 


8,265 


1.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


800,253 


10,416 


466,730 


6,914 


22 


1,768 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


52,660 


590 


11,946,717 


180,355 


316 


3,253 


1.51 


_ 





_ 





490,951 


5,891 


6,378,845 


93,344 / 


75 


7,041 


1.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


148,986 


2,073 


1,720,415 


27,412 


61 


2,370 


1.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


135,986 


1,695 


1,987,620 


32,917 


66 


2,472 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


99,567 


1,177 


12,454,741 


182,799 


181 


5,641 


1.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


298,640 


3,735 


526,935 


9,583 


38 


1,141 


1.82 














29,997 


360 


15,384,872 


230,634 


324 


4,149 


1.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,049,228 


13,723 


886,320 


17,186 


34 


2,110 


1.94 


— 


— 


— 


— 


45,662 


569 


3,550,570 


53,934 


115 


2,507 


1.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


119,547 


1,417 


47,168,748 


665,579 


565 


6,860 


1.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,122,121 


28,494 


22,998,5% 


331,889 


334 


5,808 


1.44 














446,886 


6,080 


6,026,480 


103,521 


153 


3,261 


1.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


201,900 


2,483 


1,437,700 


25,176 


75 


1,507 


1.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


81,585 


935 


393,403,600 


5,177,236 


2,551 


12,894 


1.32 


57,632,940 


666,707 


1 


1.16 


7,308,602 


99,830 


3,281,448 


54,456 


94 


2,972 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


115,988 


1,477 


32,157,007 


402,237 


256 


10,762 


1.25 














307,969 


3,922 


3,916,900 


60,711 


100 


3,216 


1.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


119,321 


1,371 


304,010 


5,926 


25 


1,013 


1.95 


— 


— 


— 


— 


43,662 


529 


5,647,867 


85,019 


100 


5,230 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


170,983 


2,103 


1,040,560 


17,830 


57 


1,521 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


49,662 


551 


4,210,918 


67,753 


96 


4,228 


1.61 














128,320 


1,655 


957,620 


16,583 


54 


1,438 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


73,660 


920 


26,390 


531 


3 


733 


2.01 


— 


— 


— 


— 


22,000 


246 


3,821,180 


59,756 


106 


3,047 


1.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


167,000 


1,745 


8,082,087 


136,580 


200 


3,481 


1.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


403,293 


5,658 


10,579,678 


155,305 


226 


3,858 


1.47 














388,842 


4,993 


1,478,966,702 


18,778,169 


6,235 


20,013 


1.27 


187,368,000 


1,975,154 


3 


1.05 


26,355,332 


353,558 


9,273,687 


163,305 


248 


3,135 


1.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


428,290 


5,399 


4,511,380 


74,195 


146 


2,575 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


269,600 


3,451 


43,064,496 


552,242 


243 


14,441 


1.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


468,620 


6,228 



156 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Finch 

Flesherton .... 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford .... 

Gait 

Georgetown . . . 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend . . . 
Grand Valley . . 

Granton 

Gravenhurst. . . 
Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville. . . . 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury. . . 
Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing . . 
Kemptville. . . . 

Kenora 

KillaloeStn 

Kincardine. . . . 

King City 

Kingston 



kWh 

2,173,530 

4,730,500 
10,212,153 
15,975,850 

8,527,618 

312,891,446 

101,147,357 

8,453,165 

268,094,681 

59,486,115 

6,930,580 
4,971,380 
1,207,408 

23,543,377 
31,928,173 

576,448,998 

14,636,829 

4,923,275,510 

44,673,744 

12,438,903 

13,528,746 
5,014,258 

5,775,457 
98,253,388 
40,024,790 

8,870,689 
68,553,153 

2,063,080 

768,400 

27,202,437 

51,657,290 
7,143,356 
4,238,467 
38,226,046 
19,832,453 

63,650,923 
2,989,233 

24,868,310 

9,605,220 

437,123,196 



$ 

33,857 
71,853 
166,064 
247,957 
131,131 

4,059,731 

1,466,363 

136,292 

4,038,847 
782,244 

127,603 
73,138 
17,607 

360,666 

479,271 

7,296,609 

251,879 

53,929,276 

631,764 

176,584 

214,016 

74,793 

71,642 

1,240,433 

525,461 

140,235 

895,321 

31,209 

13,181 

381,351 

726,589 
110,408 
66,930 
634,067 
322,751 

934,495 
48,353 

377,192 

121,763 

5,778,270 



184 
280 
942 
1,048 
697 

11,989 

5,434 

782 

11,902 

2,877 

895 

430 

131 

1,702 

2,480 

18,904 

958 

106,274 

2,117 

798 

789 

470 

521 

2,972 

1,194 

406 
2,230 

177 

98 

1,520 

2,933 

464 

392 

2,491 

1,015 

4,755 

315 

1,762 

563 

19,879 



kWh 

1,139,240 

2,167,150 

7,155,982 

7,999,700 

6,111,251 

95,417,708 
45,691,112 
3,671,000 
129,389,567 
21,492,986 

3,652,320 
3.254,900 
1,030,833 
11,823,118 
17,147,938 

186,622,698 
6,102,274 

636,092,522 
16,259,150 
5,754,860 

7,302,267 
2,826,335 
3,607,013 
26,262,871 
12,075,884 

3,102,470 

14,959,365 

858,650 

550,600 

11,086,599 

17,599,800 
4,026,050 
2,263,880 

20,330,472 
9,693,319 

32,996,885 
1,810,507 

16.003,943 

6,030,126 

147,829,874 



$ 

16,462 
31,301 
115,454 
121,427 
93,433 

1,446,338 
709,297 
55,446 

2,137,661 
305,619 

66,235 
43,907 
14,656 
184,604 
258,845 

2,832,421 

104,669 

10,439,717 

240,924 

87.157 

111,925 
41,608 
44,184 
386,491 
168,165 

43,164 
246,961 

12,582 

8,706 

166,637 

299,332 
57,094 
36,201 
328,204 
162,225 

457,298 
29,057 
232,705 

75,762 
2,203,254 



139 
218 
851 
864 
600 

10,654 

4,977 

646 

10,905 

2,457 

731 

361 

118 

1,446 

2,143 

17,293 
793 

95,469 

1,815 

644 

624 

386 

433 

2,700 

979 

323 
2,004 

157 

76 

1,243 

2,583 
382 
319 

2,137 
853 

4,084 
266 

1,466 

505 

16,737 



kWh 

685 
844 
697 
789 
852 

762 
770 
500 
1,028 
746 

420 

795 
734 
693 
668 

925 
649 
563 

758 
758 

975 
618 
698 
820 
1,094 

804 
635 
462 
608 

754 

577 
874 
600 
787 
950 

673 
568 
941 
1,002 
739 



Statement C 



157 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5.000 KW) 






(over 5,000 KW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


£ 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


930.967 


16,157 


45 


1,804 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


103,323 


1,238 


2.482.770 


39,466 


62 


3,392 


1.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


80,580 


1,086 


2.841.053 


47,891 


91 


2,602 


1.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


215,118 


2.719 


7.688.840 


122,857 


184 


3,570 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


287,310 


3.673 


2.238,052 


35.575 


97 


2,049 


1.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


178,315 


2,123 


213.990.086 


2.568,765 


1,335 


13,494 


1.20 














3,483,652 


44,628 


54.363.354 


742,160 


457 


9,979 


1.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,092,891 


14,906 


4.605.185 


78.659 


136 


2,781 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


176,980 


2.187 


120.449,548 


1,691,293 


996 


10,456 


1.40 


16,586,400 


185,521 


1 


1.12 


1,669,166 


24,372 


37,064,555 


465,642 


420 


7.398 


1.26 


— 


— 


— 


— 


928,574 


10,983 


2,953,290 


56,621 


164 


1,496 


1.92 














324,970 


4,747 


1,636,580 


28,234 


69 


1,948 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


79,900 


997 


148,936 


2,638 


13 


955 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


27,639 


313 


11.402,926 


171,894 


256 


3.676 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


317,333 


4,168 


14,222,624 


213,498 


337 


3,533 


1.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


557.611 


6,928 


278,354,217 


3,362,477 


1,609 


15,216 


1.21 


105,627,600 


1,026,767 


2 


0.97 


5.844.483 


74,944 


8,271,915 


143,854 


165 


4,079 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


262.640 


3,356 


1,157,052.920 


15,332,364 


10,790 


9,227 


1.33 


3,105,957,152 


27,807,970 


15 


0.90 


24,172,916 


349,225 


27,985,690 


385,568 


302 


8,465 


1.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


428,904 


5,272 


6.447,280 


86.643 


154 


3,630 


1.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


236,763 


2,784 


6,031,499 


99,558 


165 


2,992 


1.65 














194,980 


2,533 


2,022,273 


31,286 


84 


2,081 


1.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


165,650 


1,899 


2,008,127 


25,759 


88 


1,969 


1.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


160.317 


1,699 


71.158,267 


843,206 


272 


22,209 


1.18 


— 


— 


— 


— 


832,250 


10,736 


27,697,598 


353.905 


215 


11,017 


1.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


251,308 


3,391 


5,655.230 


95,705 


83 


5,544 


1.69 














112,989 


1,366 


53,018,511 


641,282 


226 


19,724 


1.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


575,277 


7,078 


1,167,100 


18,168 


20 


4,631 


1.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


37,330 


459 


201.000 


4,247 


22 


761 


2.11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


16,800 


228 


15,847,773 


211,451 


277 


4,882 


1.33 


— 


— 


— 


- 


268.065 


3,263 


32,984,600 


414.383 


350 


7,979 


1.26 














1,072,890 


12.874 


3,019,649 


52,143 


82 


3,050 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


97.657 


1,171 


1.842.934 


29,153 


73 


2,210 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


131,653 


1,576 


17.252,638 


296.182 


354 


4,114 


1.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


642,936 


9,681 


9.795.835 


155.656 


162 


4,932 


1.59 


— 


— 


- 


— 


343,299 


4,870 


29,073.863 


453.160 


671 


3,616 


1.56 














1,580.175 


24.037 


1.098.192 


18,373 


49 


1,868 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


80,534 


923 


8.391,507 


138,123 


296 


2,432 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


472,860 


6,364 


3,484,436 


44.965 


58 


5.094 


1.29 


— 


— 


— 


— 


90,658 


1,036 


284.690,116 


3.519,066 


3,142 


7,623 


1.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,603.206 


55.950 



158 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latch ford 

Leamington .... 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan . . . 
Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown .... 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp. . . 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville. . . . 
Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga .... 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg .... 
Mount Brydges . 
Mount Forest. . . 



kWh 


$ 


30.017,147 


440,694 


1 ,045,603 


14,081 


949,547,042 


12,946,523 


14,655,162 


188,414 


9.672.775 


132.120 


3.816,954 


61,685 


2,851.110 


41,451 


5.567.753 


91.119 


2.073.203 


30.976 


71,146.923 


965.796 


120,985.097 


1.618,855 


33.870,881 


464,475 


1,504,394,945 


20,562,206 


6,169.472 


91,566 


6,551,715 


112.261 


6,140.848 


83.806 


2.475,460 


35,387 


9,836.247 


141,777 


960,072 


14,464 


8,768,980 


129,977 


77,263,936 


1,148.339 


6,939,472 


112,861 


941,429 


14,677 


6.517,858 


97,033 


5,292,165 


73.373 


4,284,245 


69,348 


31.779.200 


475,168 


3.388,210 


44,890 


4,656,875 


73,903 


100,173,101 


1.308,495 


4,523,936 


67,517 


3,967,975 


56,124 


66,547,855 


925.450 


7,920.074 


131.262 


1.769,429,364 


22.938.499 


19.691,007 


309,958 


2.088,532 


30.209 


13,564,268 


192,798 


4.315,615 


62,121 


19.894,450 


283,760 



1,841 

117 

36,584 

881 

834 

317 
230 
494 
181 
3,882 

4,762 

1.876 

71,642 

450 

456 

514 
192 
633 
127 
590 

3,874 
604 
117 
453 
350 

402 

1.823 

295 

396 

4,078 

400 

360 

2,551 

522 

42,939 

1.092 
154 
892 
467 

1,398 



kWh 

13,032.435 

609,400 

286.108,923 

7,577,987 

6,888.882 

2,250.410 
1,655,940 
4,268,250 
1,303,115 
23,297,380 

37,844.623 

15,912,673 

501,675,911 

3,711,260 

4,382,962 

3,669,112 
1,821,531 
5,003,555 
587,441 
4,934,620 

44,970,207 

4,526,009 

676,800 

4,696,810 

2,680,432 

3,337,345 

12,815,899 

1,989,375 

2,660,450 

31,253,362 

3,123,410 

2,861,853 

20,974,273 

3,849,297 

477,348,218 

8,656,479 
1.173,810 
7.864,052 
2,934,480 
11,687.350 



$ 

210,034 

8,204 

4,282,975 

92,248 

94,686 

34,214 
23,832 
66,227 
19,495 
375,251 

603,590 

219,935 

8,631,108 

54,780 

73,140 

46,249 
25,110 
67,966 
8,862 
70,073 

683,470 
73,558 
10,246 
69,861 
34,484 

52.072 

206,807 

23.653 

42,683 

460,152 

42,226 

40,247 

317,760 

55,413 

7,224,736 

135,202 
16,315 

108,290 
41,436 

158,877 



1,538 

88 

33,104 

748 

755 

275 
177 
437 
164 
3,283 

4,057 

1,617 

65,376 

387 

393 

416 
170 
490 
99 
460 

3.512 

516 

98 

390 

277 

365 

1,561 

231 

327 

3,562 

307 

310 

2,169 

423 

38,395 

929 
131 
758 
400 
1,145 



kWh 

728 
577 
732 
849 
759 

683 
775 
809 
683 
5% 

785 
826 
646 



742 
896 
851 
507 
897 

1,111 

738 

576 

1,018 

803 

777 
689 
721 
686 
734 

849 
758 
880 
759 
1,041 

788 
741 
872 
615 
857 



Statement C 



159 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5,000 KW) 






(over 5.000 KW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


16.602.742 


225.736 


303 


4,968 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


381.970 


4,924 


397.575 


5.521 


29 


1,163 


1.39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


38,628 


356 


447,441.495 


6.384.488 


3,476 


10.634 


1.43 


203,572.200 


2,107,380 


4 


1.04 


12,424,424 


171,680 


6,701,213 


91.373 


133 


4,231 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


375,962 


4,793 


2,576.247 


35,171 


79 


2,752 


1.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


207,646 


2,263 


1.504,550 


26,689 


42 


2,950 


1.77 














61,994 


782 


1.068.849 


16,245 


53 


1.764 


1.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


126,321 


1,374 


1.158.850 


22,903 


57 


1,651 


1.98 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


140,653 


1,989 


694.762 


10.631 


17 


3,406 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


75,326 


850 


46.991,295 


579.860 


599 


6,537 


1.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


858,248 


10,685 


82,092,523 


1.001.796 


705 


9,815 


1.22 














1,047,951 


13,469 


17,481,923 


238,684 


259 


5,647 


1.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


476,285 


5,856 


903,368,772 


10,964,136 


6,265 


12,163 


1.21 


81,302,400 


744,951 


1 


0.92 


18,047,862 


222,011 


2,292,895 


34.850 


63 


3,057 


1.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


165.317 


1,936 


2,056,532 


37,595 


63 


2,905 


1.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


112.221 


1,526 


2,310,419 


35,705 


98 


1,965 


1.55 














161,317 


1,852 


567,604 


9,288 


22 


2,307 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


86,325 


989 


4.596,382 


70,746 


143 


2,679 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


236,310 


3,065 


332,005 


5,180 


28 


938 


1.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


40,626 


422 


3,679.180 


57,890 


130 


2,598 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


155,180 


2,014 


31,413,483 


453,153 


362 


7,384 


1.44 














880,246 


11,716 


2,188,819 


36,483 


88 


2,109 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


224,644 


2,820 


220,300 


3,908 


19 


966 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


44,329 


523 


1.637,400 


25,134 


63 


2,099 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


183,648 


2,038 


2,472,747 


37,298 


73 


2,823 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


138,986 


1,591 


805,581 


15,276 


37 


1,767 


1.90 














141,319 


2,000 


18.376,315 


260,439 


262 


5,845 


1.42 


— 


— 


— 


— 


586,986 


7,922 


1.329.842 


20,464 


64 


1,759 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


68,993 


773 


1.854,106 


29,513 


69 


2,323 


1.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


142,319 


1,707 


68.382,277 


841.888 


516 


11,340 


1.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


537,462 


6,455 


1,280,313 


23,846 


93 


1,179 


1.86 


_ 





_ 


_ 


120,213 


1,445 


1.026.130 


15,025 


50 


1.693 


1.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


79,992 


852 


44,669,672 


595,739 


382 


9,953 


1.33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


903,910 


11,951 


3,840,134 


72,882 


99 


3,282 


•1.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


230,643 


2,967 


918,336.300 


12,014,792 


4,539 


17,676 


1.31 


358,737,680 


3,502,511 


5 


0.98 


15,007,166 


196,460 


10,744,557 


170,861 


163 


5,362 


1.59 














289,971 


3,895 


853,450 


13,140 


23 


3,387 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


61,272 


754 


5,419,578 


81,147 


134 


3,409 


1.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


280,638 


3,361 


1,291,895 


19,687 


67 


1,631 


1.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


89,240 


998 


7.913,800 


121,511 


253 


2,638 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


293,300 


3,372 



160 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 

Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Napanee 

Nepean Twp. . . . 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg . . 
Newmarket 
Niagara 

Niagara Falls . . . 
Nipigon Twp.. . . 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 
Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound . . . 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound. . . . 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough. . . 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 
Plattsville 



kWh 

30.731,765 

490,387,425 

2,269,297 

1,513,558 

2,521,604 

1,801.490 
12,050,466 
20,320,033 
80,246,492 
16,136,836 

336,772,266 

16,309,890 

318,000,128 

3,458,519,451 

6,956,980 

6,406,124 

778,685,931 

1,873,880 

3,743,578 

54,139,132 

188,696,650 
6,046,797 

927,976,818 

2,831,900,354 

3,015,270 

148,666,721 

5,630,569 

10,325,250 

35,568,160 

7,513,425 

38,568,322 
91,901,407 
32,829,931 
42,936,905 
447,775,400 

19,265,697 
11,016,042 
29,648,163 
6,136,841 
5,077,242 



$ 
440,610 
6,869,829 
39,467 
28,128 
38,372 

26,989 

191,901 

333,445 

1,187,929 

245,828 

4,794,225 

231,308 

4,766,351 

48,854,667 

115,863 

91,444 

9,676,952 

30,562 

52,932 

802,301 

2,548,253 

92,155 

11,649,361 

36,134,791 

50,491 

1,925,106 

87,406 

165,945 

548,388 

121,518 

564,832 

1,418,701 

445.207 

601,217 

5,897,825 

362,261 

180,409 

411,438 

95,120 

62,132 



1,909 

15,647 

233 

174 

220 

167 

685 

1.146 

4,075 

1,238 

19,963 

865 
16,657 
132,817 

743 

516 
19,214 

275 

325 

3,588 

8,221 

417 

28,208 

102,955 

315 

6,735 
425 
782 

2,367 
536 

2,356 
5,338 
1,610 
2,321 
19,740 

1,534 
811 

1.943 
292 
215 



kWh 

11,623,631 

206.719,618 

1,696,100 

1,110,020 

1,505,309 

721,850 
6,691,980 
12,601.946 
39.219,654 
8.215,326 

122.110,604 
7,346,755 

139,522,818 

1,154,473,562 

5,028,990 

4,127,061 

191,567,408 

1,156,760 

2,234,616 

22,786,070 

62,886,341 

3,741,791 

269,343,624 

849,679,776 

2,004,129 

53,097,496 
3,985,950 
6,135,488 

14,490,942 
4,304,295 

21,233,421 
40,520,260 
15,377,975 
15,591.809 
169,941,322 

9,463,340 
6.757,064 
14,083,756 
2,736,691 
1,649,230 



$ 
177,588 
3,107,284 
27,761 
20,946 
22,479 

10,955 
105,125 
191,373 
587,027 
130,916 

1,967.856 

109,459 

2,267,924 

17,898,690 

81,951 

56,522 

3,090,884 

18,044 

30,759 

373,103 

914,875 

53,366 

3,954,754 

10,042,969 

32,173 

777,112 
58,142 
98,880 

258,887 
63,108 

305,612 

657,597 

221,345 

247,072 

2,575,843 

162,819 
114,738 
201,719 
44,270 
19,957 



1,557 

13,932 

196 

149 

187 

131 

598 

977 

3,533 

1,060 

17,674 
722 

14,479 

119,433 

625 

451 

16,748 

201 

279 

3,180 

7,174 

359 

25,274 

90,890 

259 

5,735 
346 
665 

2,052 
438 

1,965 
4,571 
1,416 
1,949 
17,276 

1,289 
725 

1,583 
235 

174 



kWh 
629 

1,257 
729 
611 
678 

463 
940 
1,081 
959 
645 

585 
865 
818 
800 
674 

775 
985 
478 
667 
636 

737 
869 
895 
781 
647 

775 
976 
779 
589 
827 

906 
742 
913 
670 
816 

613 
779 
741 
989 
792 



Statement C 



161 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5,000 KW) 








(over 5,000 KW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


18,777.834 


259,140 


352 


4,439 


1.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


330,300 


3,882 


259,920,602 


3,503,549 


1,714 


13,366 


1.35 


22,304,016 


237,991 


1 


1.07 


1,443,189 


21,005 


509,594 


10,932 


37 


1,163 


2.15 


— 


— 


— 


— 


63,603 


774 


354,543 


6,620 


25 


1,231 


1.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


48,995 


562 


954,635 


15,085 


33 


2,448 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


61,660 


808 


1,019,980 


15,314 


36 


2,429 


1.50 














59,660 


720 


5,168,505 


83,900 


87 


4,979 


1.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


189,981 


2,876 


7,407,785 


138,191 


169 


3,696 


1.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


310,302 


3,881 


39,940,279 


585,708 


542 


6,526 


1.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,086,559 


15,194 


7,562,546 


110,544 


178 


3,653 


1.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


358,964 


4,368 


208,859,243 


2,752,029 


2,289 


7,635 


1.32 


_ 





_ 


_ 


5,802,419 


74,340 


8,849,147 


120,418 


143 


5,193 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


113,988 


1,431 


175,988,559 


2,464,250 


2,178 


6,837 


1.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,488,751 


34,177 


2,159,939,836 


29,314,071 


13,382 


13,951 


1.36 


105,864,000 


1,109,549 


2 


1.05 


38,242,053 


532,357 


1,799,010 


32,305 


118 


1,270 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


128,980 


1,607 


2,143,076 


33,365 


65 


2,812 


1.56 














135,987 


1,557 


232,274,394 


3,277,747 


2,463 


8,020 


1.41 


350,133,600 


3,241,894 


3 


0.93 


4,710,529 


66,427 


659,160 


11,885 


74 


747 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


57,960 


633 


1,422,304 


21,036 


46 


2,444 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


86,658 


1,137 


30,805,062 


422,478 


408 


6,483 


1.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


548,000 


6,720 


123,781,007 


1,608,615 


1,047 


10,178 


1.30 














2,029,302 


24,763 


2,209,348 


37,498 


58 


3,174 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


95,658 


1,291 


253,414,033 


3,416,622 


2,928 


7,308 


1.35 


396,162,734 


4,160,803 


6 


1.05 


9,056,427 


117,182 


1,894,243,923 


24,958,348 


12,060 


12,976 


1.32 


61,857,600 


761,552 


5 


1.23 


26,119,055 


371,922 


947,147 


17,536 


56 


1,409 


1.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


63,994 


782 


93,840,955 


1,127,397 


1,000 


7,907 


1.20 














1,728,270 


20,597 


1,568,960 


28,273 


79 


1,666 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


75,659 


991 


3,887,459 


63,316 


117 


2,781 


1.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


302,303 


3,749 


20,103,315 


278,311 


315 


5,422 


1.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


973,903 


11,190 


3,051,480 


56,406 


98 


2,635 


1.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


157,650 


2,004 


16,750,486 


251,554 


391 


3.584 


1.50 














584,415 


7,666 


49,939,624 


741,986 


767 


5,579 


1.49 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,441,523 


19,118 


17,121,290 


219,843 


194 


7,355 


1.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


330,666 


4,019 


26,793,818 


347,785 


372 


5,845 


1.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


551,278 


6,360 


200,664,094 


2,547,469 


2,461 


7,363 


1.27 


71,677,200 


708,593 


3 


0.99 


5,492,784 


65,920 


9,542,387 


195,877 


245 


3,286 


2.05 














259,970 


3,565 


4,074,663 


63,313 


86 


3,859 


1.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


184,315 


2,358 


14,950,802 


202,865 


360 


3,442 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


613,605 


6,854 


3,272,830 


49,355 


57 


4,914 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


127,320 


1,495 


3,373,400 


41,515 


41 


6,941 


1.23 


— 


— 






54,612 


660 



162 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew , 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines .... 
St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

SchreiberTwp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 



kWh 

46,055,864 

2.567,301 

99,500,177 

154,906,946 

15,346,526 

30,569,092 
88,317,979 

6,887,415 
19,366,813 

2,840,179 

9,244,750 

32,865,987 

119,674,837 

450,480 

2,496,523 

2.487,321 
6,568,365 
6,513,933 
49,423,371 
11,733,488 

136.100,939 
15.545,489 

3,478,286 
15,101,992 

4,538,336 

4,553,852 
1,423,806 
3,823,490 
1,076,689,066 
8,885,661 

5,508,750 
8,777,868 

27,078,710 
183,315,271 

48,476,224 

436,739,194 

2,152,113,554 

11,245,268 

12,315,187 

14,584,489 



$ 

577,508 

55,357 

1,447,542 

1,627,916 

273,586 

474,042 

1,236,512 

118,126 

290,083 

53,657 

159,361 

414,562 

1,602,435 

8,346 

33,113 

33,270 
108,557 

84,916 
721,549 
183,210 

1,817,932 
255,605 
47,986 
234,678 

71,470 

61,062 
23,176 
54.523 
13,901,332 
138,343 

83,068 
108,800 
339,613 
2,624,963 
815,728 

5,383,002 

28.948,481 

170,200 

209,267 

211,629 



933 

417 

5,964 

2,249 

1,625 

1,591 
3.240 

627 
1.185 

395 

1,129 

1,974 

5,278 

87 

198 

201 

470 

388 

3,072 

697 

5,728 
1.201 

259 
1.141 

359 

453 
155 
278 
35,779 
562 

334 

296 

1,899 

9,591 

3,852 

17,316 

82,694 

688 

897 

1,036 



kWh 

5,015,106 

1,533,970 
31,694,714 
14,454.156 

7,595,095 

18,029,714 
26,979,171 

5,193,389 
11,872,685 

1,641,330 

5,895,835 

13,758,951 

39,029,662 

403,480 

1,712,641 

1,946,203 
3,937,150 
3.249,936 
24,041,047 
7,936,300 

50,117,821 
6,660,682 
2,427,319 
9,391,100 
3,466,997 

2,305.350 

961,518 

2,593,270 

231,825,265 

6,322,350 

2,345,520 

2,841,019 

13,329,301 

61.095,109 

39.904.388 

129.935,921 

795,910.192 

6.953,397 

5,795,951 

9,824,500 



$ 

87,974 

34,615 

602,752 

210,631 

146,378 

277,860 

470,243 

78,701 

175,537 
31,754 

101,824 

169,259 

569,371 

7,399 

20,926 

25,483 
64,403 
44,617 
364,704 
124,701 

763,549 
119,754 

32,239 
146,245 

53,629 

31,449 

15,509 

35,066 

4,100,356 

104,703 

36,092 
30,928 

176,622 
1,093.623 

687,354 

1,970,765 

11,143.271 

100,015 

102,317 

133,830 



787 

340 

5,285 

1,615 

1.397 

1.384 
2,805 

601 
1,023 

318 

1,007 

1.706 

4,733 

80 

155 

185 
374 
358 
2,592 
636 

4,976 
1,024 

214 
1,003 

312 

370 
133 

239 
32,508 

527 

286 

242 

1,629 

8,597 

3.667 

15,531 

73,987 

601 

750 
895 



kWh 
533 

375 
500 
698 

457 

1,127 
805 
709 
986 
446 



681 
707 
423 
918 

874 
896 
755 
758 
1,053 

840 
545 
966 
805 
944 

520 
609 
944 
608 
1,004 

688 
997 
691 
603 
932 

699 
899 
963 
644 
995 



Statement C 



163 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5.000 KW) 








(over 5,000 KW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


40,656.130 


484,555 


146 


23,366 


1.19 


— 


— 


— 


— 


384,628 


4,979 


987,710 


20,167 


77 


1.062 


2.04 


— 


— 


— 


— 


45,621 


575 


66.733.237 


830.733 


679 


8,251 


1.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,072,226 


14,057 


59,720,078 


769,179 


633 


7,874 


1.29 


79,852,800 


636,727 


1 


0.80 


879,912 


11,379 


7.430.130 


123.050 


228 


2,716 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


321,301 


4,158 


12.152.765 


191,000 


207 


4,964 


1.57 














386,613 


5,182 


60,463,562 


754,743 


435 


11,982 


1.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


875,246 


11,526 


1 .583.470 


37,977 


26 


5,075 


2.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


110,556 


1,448 


7,259,485 


111,513 


162 


3.700 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


234,643 


3,033 


1.099.526 


20,712 


77 


1,072 


1.88 


— 


— 


— 


— 


99,323 


1,191 


3.082.942 


54,482 


122 


2,047 


1.77 














265,973 


3,055 


18,756,405 


241,110 


268 


5,909 


1.29 


— 


— 


— 


— 


350,631 


4,193 


78.861,294 


1,011,103 


545 


12,330 


1.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,783,881 


21.961 


32.340 


765 


7 


385 


2.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


14,660 


182 


742,553 


11,725 


43 


1,439 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


41,329 


462 


479,791 


7.041 


16 


2,499 


1.47 














61,327 


746 


2,492,895 


42,359 


96 


2,198 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


138,320 


1,795 


3,174.006 


39,240 


30 


8,817 


1.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


89,991 


1,059 


24,772.385 


349,649 


480 


4.274 


1.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


609,939 


7,196 


3,677,200 


56,899 


61 


5.329 


1.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


119,988 


1,610 


84,698,580 


1,038.676 


752 


9,436 


1.23 














1,284,538 


15,707 


8,387,527 


129.331 


177 


3,862 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


497,280 


6,520 


973,045 


14,850 


45 


1,802 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


77,922 


897 


5,493,580 


85,592 


138 


3,329 


1.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


217,312 


2,841 


896,690 


15,757 


47 


1,590 


1.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


174,649 


2,084 


2.119,182 


27,982 


83 


2.115 


1.32 














129,320 


1,631 


417,000 


7,147 


22 


1,616 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


45,288 


520 


1.131,897 


18,305 


39 


2,419 


1.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


98,323 


1,152 


305,070,048 


4,168,573 


3,265 


7,915 


1.37 


527,195,680 


5,469,206 


6 


1.04 


12,598,073 


163,197 


2,419.791 


31,689 


35 


6,205 


1.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


143,520 


1,951 


3,061.665 


45,644 


48 


5,052 


1.49 














101,565 


1,332 


5,831,526 


76,687 


54 


8,999 


1.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


105,323 


1,185 


13,236.789 


157,728 


270 


4.011 


1.19 


— 


— 


— 


— 


512,620 


5,263 


120,469,342 


1,509,623 


994 


10,141 


1.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,750,820 


21,717 


8,346,192 


125,309 


185 


3,886 


1.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


225,644 


3,065 


202,937,294 


2.519,902 


1,783 


9.487 


1.24 


98,059,560 


812,723 


2 


0.83 


5,806,419 


79,612 


1,201,487.386 


16,257,606 


8.703 


11,949 


1.35 


129,814,800 


1.218,127 


4 


0.94 


24,901,176 


329,477 


4,010,900 


66,181 


87 


3,735 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


280.971 


4,004 


6,210,933 


102,901 


147 


3,557 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


308,303 


4,049 


4,461,340 


74,192 


141 


2,704 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


298,649 


3,607 



164 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 

Revenue 



Total 

Customers 



Residential Service 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout .... 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls .... 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp.. . 
Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 



kWh 

97,623,423 
18,178,459 
72,942,077 
18,899,537 
4,427,843 

5,692,599 
1,866,970 

11,020,407 
9,022,180 

35,032,093 

28,132,324 
221,181,475 
44,328,040 
41,190,905 
30,014,742 

533,111,389 
3,803,210 
5,705,806 
17,161,949 
5,868,269 

11,581,118 
22,900,110 
6,980,424 
11,636,111 

9,645,375 

5,423,578 
3,938,561 
8,990,758 
8,553,559 
1.821,301 

1,422,145 

40,688.604 

776,926,547 

24,108,705 

48,701,721 

6,269,163,545 

8,009,320 

149,610,575 

12,115,674 

18,725,912 



1,444,253 
265,051 

1,018,198 
297,316 
83,089 

90,773 
23,931 
175,262 
131,506 
512,278 

429,290 
3,135,810 
704,741 
551,900 
481,256 

7,836,291 
49,665 
74,937 
240,473 
81,760 

169,344 
369,044 
93,073 
140,039 
121,903 

89,245 
54,987 
145,977 
143,657 
26,012 

23,778 

546,542 

10,194,071 

380,602 

729,660 

85,598,167 

134,765 

1,755,090 

159,244 

277,095 



4,665 
1,083 

3,746 

1,553 

476 



191 

911 

635 

2,183 

1,734 
8,324 
2,431 
2,212 
2,002 

28,776 

302 

385 

1,057 

315 

612 

1,543 
418 
503 
525 

437 
320 
656 
656 
162 

131 

2,712 

36,240 

1,394 

2,854 

211,376 

781 

5,406 

704 

1,183 



kWh 
32,103,315 

9,125,733 
28,925,719 
12,011,903 

2,452,290 

3,503,436 
1,336,040 
6,836,670 
5,136,193 

20,077,975 

14,245,598 
70,287,487 
17,992,200 
16,385,185 
19,673,428 

262,306,967 
2,442,628 
3,253,305 
7,887,520 
2,801,315 

5,681,328 
11,787,513 
3,246,360 
6,684,100 
5,137,249 

2,699,097 
2,357,421 
4,877,531 
4,483,354 
1,173,487 

1,024,050 

15,692,294 

299,241,316 

8,894,276 
16.461,029 

1,211,643,148 

5,377,400 

40,646,996 

5.886,320 

9,777,731 



$ 
552,551 
134,358 
465,085 
187,721 
45,807 

52,046 
16,434 

106,256 
71,894 

289,928 

220,471 
1,160,575 
268,444 
236,147 
306,277 

3,838,605 
30,460 
40,256 
110,584 
36,504 

83,464 
215,072 
41,987 
77,023 
69,213 

37,972 
28,942 
77,270 
74,010 
15.942 

16,577 

252,585 

4,210,955 

145,339 

267,198 

19,581,316 

90,155 

571,916 

70,425 

136,244 



3,878 

924 

3,214 

1,404 

370 

344 
159 
768 
518 
1,933 

1,453 
7,349 
2,129 
1,954 
1,758 

25,837 
250 
310 
850 

247 

496 
1,404 
340 
439 
464 

346 
253 
544 
546 
129 

113 

2,435 

32,292 

1,209 

2,350 

180,021 
704 

4,771 
555 
982 



kWh 

707 
843 
753 
734 
566 

862 
700 
742 
842 
866 

849 
807 
679 
717 
935 

847 
819 
886 
786 
973 

970 

704 

799 

1,282 

937 

648 

784 
757 
692 
758 

783 
537 
782 
627 
589 

550 
638 
718 
881 
841 



Statement C 



165 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 










(under 5,000 KW) 






(over 5,000 KW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


64,148,912 


873,483 


787 


7,419 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,371,196 


18,219 


8.770.088 


126,750 


159 


4,640 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


282,638 


3,943 


43.112.365 


542,264 


532 


6,722 


1.26 


— 


— 


— 


— 


903,993 


10,849 


6,402,786 


102.998 


149 


3,655 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


484,848 


6,597 


1.882,313 


36,085 


106 


1,501 


1.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


93,240 


1,197 


2,086,506 


37,018 


64 


2,782 


1.77 














102,657 


1,709 


468,600 


6,794 


32 


1,220 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


62,330 


703 


3,960,960 


66,106 


143 


2,349 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


222,777 


2,900 


3,725.670 


57,702 


117 


2,555 


1.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


160,317 


1,910 


14,341,398 


214,679 


250 


4,790 


1.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


612,720 


7,671 


13,557,425 


204,437 


281 


4,216 


1.51 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


329,301 


4,382 


147,691,860 


1,933,757 


975 


12,597 


1.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,202,128 


41,478 


25,745,900 


428,795 


302 


7,058 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


589,940 


7,502 


24.266,107 


308,904 


258 


7,930 


1.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


539,613 


6,849 


9,967,018 


169,801 


244 


3,439 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


374,296 


5,178 


264,083,428 


3,896,734 


2,939 


7,493 


1.48 








_ 


_ 


6,720,994 


100,952 


1,278,664 


18,345 


52 


2,049 


1.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


81,918 


860 


2,365,255 


33,657 


75 


2,682 


1.42 


— 


— 


— 


— 


87,246 


1,024 


9,063,117 


127,263 


207 


3,675 


1.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


211,312 


2,626 


2,970,384 


43,987 


68 


3,722 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


96,570 


1,269 


5,731,470 


83,938 


116 


4,100 


1.46 














168,320 


1,942 


10,837,539 


150,230 


139 


6,544 


1.39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


275,058 


3,742 


3,578,886 


49,233 


78 


3,775 


1.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


155,178 


1,853 


4,697,370 


60,140 


64 


6,116 


1.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


254,641 


2,876 


4,367,807 


51,105 


61 


6,222 


1.17 


— 


— 


— 


— 


140,319 


1,585 


2,484,505 


48,451 


91 


2,263 


1.95 














239,976 


2,822 


1,463,591 


24,394 


67 


1,834 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


117,549 


1,651 


3,828,922 


64,706 


112 


2,914 


1.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


284,305 


4,001 


3,877,065 


67,031 


110 


3,048 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


193,140 


2,616 


568,155 


9,256 


33 


1,413 


1.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


79,659 


814 


376,450 


6,917 


18 


1,651 


1.84 














21,645 


284 


24,239,052 


285,454 


277 


7,440 


1.18 


— 


— 


— 


— 


757,258 


8,503 


465,933,406 


5,840,680 


3,948 


10,281 


1.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


11,751,825 


142,436 


14,772,806 


229,738 


185 


6,601 


1.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


441,623 


5,525 


31,327,117 


450,728 


504 


5,195 


1.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


913,575 


11,734 


3,756,756,680 


51,906,900 


31,339 


9,741 


1.38 


1,235,203,489 


13,238,039 


16 


1.07 


65,560,228 


871,912 


2,521,320 


43.147 


77 


2,918 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


110,600 


1,463 


63,637,056 


785,397 


634 


8,458 


1.23 


43,888,000 


380,453 


1 


0.87 


1.438,523 


17,324 


6,075,370 


87,172 


149 


3,444 


1.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


153,984 


1,647 


8,763,532 


138,531 


201 


3,670 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


184,649 


2,320 



166 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



TOTAL 

Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



per 
kWh 



Vankleek Hill. . . 
Vaughan Twp. . . 
Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg . . . 

Wardsville 

Warkworth .... 
Wasaga Beach . . 
Waterdown .... 
Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene . . 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome .... 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg. . . 
Winchester .... 
Windermere. . . . 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge. . . . 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total 



kWh 

7,270,732 
244,032,303 

5,933,425 
37,643.819 
132,898,025 

1,802,976 
2,986,926 
7,483,476 
11,448,111 
10,653,914 

365,275,588 
8,500,213 
3,410,150 
2,196,542 

270,042,851 

3,677,715 
5,915,762 
8,210,125 
4,067,356 
7,609,999 

187,381,506 
13,195,605 

1,908,324 
15,467,538 

1,265,792 

1,594,095,941 

25,711,018 

21,424,347 

222,657,369 

2,228,503 

6,785,410 

725,968,990 

4,689,700 

47,829,404,958 



$ 

113,323 

3,413,973 

94,992 

535,056 

1,628,262 

24,904 
47,727 
152,330 
162,430 
194,633 

4,912,615 
127,460 
60,732 
36,982 

3,974,535 

51,108 
84,026 

114,5% 
58,118 

113,906 

2,635,599 
189,487 

22,335 
208,466 

21,344 

22,417,077 

361,085 

254,747 

2,964,345 

34,383 

103,170 

9,396,373 

78,203 

637,996,102 



619 

7,335 

613 

1,690 

3,687 

183 
263 
849 
675 
943 

10,275 
626 
473 
163 

12,914 

326 
522 
486 
330 
605 

8,173 
923 
147 
739 
142 

64,239 

1,264 

894 

8,814 

224 

587 

36,385 

348 

1,841,958 



kWh 

4,388,195 
66,393,878 

4,228,270 
15,329,884 
20,865,765 

1,018,065 
2,023,250 
4,129,903 
6,013,320 
5,144,077 

101,379,332 

4,137,393 

2,711,200 

1,385,231 

71,058,688 

2,723,870 
3,637,963 
3,495,525 
2,085,595 
4,517,575 

80,526,661 

7,731,650 

1,000,029 

6,422,520 

844,000 

403,286,135 
12,138,161 

8,166,655 
68,283,481 

1,627,270 

3,938,280 

249,672,378 

2,979,250 

14,263,163,142 



$ 

66,078 
1,065,869 
67,617 
226,027 
319,342 

13,181 
31,290 
76,523 
82,696 
99,827 

1,553,323 
59,410 
48,172 
23,822 

1,389,164 

35,617 
51,265 
46,530 
30,136 
62,083 

1,274,765 

105,633 

11,258 

93,925 

14,759 

7,632,986 
166,338 
100,567 

1,090,261 
24,068 

57,624 

3,417,082 

44,295 

219,290,605 



523 
5,907 

566 
1,418 
3,131 

141 
206 
660 

555 
834 

9,118 

504 

441 

139 

11,616 

276 
444 
422 
256 
511 

7,370 
773 
112 
612 
134 

57,173 

1,039 

740 

7,799 

187 

513 

32,405 

278 



kWh 
701 
998 
626 
905 
546 

610 
799 
516 
902 

523 

940 
691 
512 
825 
516 

825 
699 
692 
697 
741 

938 

842 
744 
905 

527 

595 
976 
921 
731 

737 

667 
622 
895 



1.51 
1.61 
1.60 
1.47 
1.53 

1.29 
1.55 
1.85 
1.38 
1.94 

1.53 
1.44 

1.78 
1.72 
1.95 

1.31 
1.41 
1.33 
1.44 

1.37 

1.58 
1.37 
1.13 
1.46 

1.75 

1.89 
1.37 
1.23 
1.60 
1.48 

1.46 

1.37 
1.49 

1.54 



Statement C 



167 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1973 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5.000 KW) 








(over 5,000 KW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


2.675.224 


44.693 


96 


2,310 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


207,313 


2,552 


175.752.280 


2,322,573 


1.428 


11,176 


1.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,886,145 


25,531 


1.593.600 


25,910 


47 


3,053 


1.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


111,555 


1,465 


22.014,235 


305,171 


272 


6,732 


1.39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


299,700 


3,858 


110.857.044 


1.294.385 


556 


16,193 


1.17 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,175,216 


14,535 


712,983 


10.838 


42 


1,415 


1.52 














71,928 


885 


857.687 


15,132 


57 


1,254 


1.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


105,989 


1,305 


3.123.137 


72.533 


189 


1.342 


2.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


230,436 


3,274 


5,177.817 


76.686 


120 


3.657 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


256,974 


3,048 


5.293.720 


92.008 


109 


4,066 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


216,117 


2,798 


185,642,099 


2.550,974 


1,156 


13,552 


1.37 


73,416,000 


742,067 


1 


1.01 


4,838,157 


66,251 


4.242,830 


66,621 


122 


2.898 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


119,990 


1,429 


632,650 


11,701 


32 


1,757 


1.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


66,300 


859 


755,983 


12,469 


24 


2,571 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


55,328 


691 


150,502.811 


2,024.130 


1.297 


9,848 


1.34 


44,620.072 


509,739 


1 


1.14 


3,861,280 


51,502 


844,523 


14,266 


50 


1,408 


1.69 


_ 


_ 





_ 


109,322 


1,225 


2.203,806 


31.828 


78 


2,296 


1.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


73,993 


933 


4.544,950 


66,031 


64 


5,372 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


169,650 


2.035 


1,886.770 


26.918 


74 


2,199 


1.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


94,991 


1.064 


2,940,106 


50,055 


94 


2,552 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


152,318 


1,768 


82,623,572 


1,064,087 


802 


8.661 


1.29 


21,834.180 


265,781 


1 


1.22 


2,397,093 


30,966 


5,230,655 


81,039 


150 


2,858 


1.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


233,300 


2.815 


860.300 


10,587 


35 


1,991 


1.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


47,995 


490 


8.865,369 


112,339 


127 


5,887 


1.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


179,649 


2,202 


397,150 


6,257 


8 


3,894 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


24,642 


328 


747,247,752 


10.416,926 


7.061 


9,045 


1.39 


424,102,000 


4,096,837 


5 


0.97 


19,460,054 


270,328 


13.287,219 


191,137 


225 


5,186 


1.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


285,638 


3.610 


12.903,394 


149,855 


154 


7,074 


1.16 


— 


— 


— 


— 


354,298 


4.325 


151,353,523 


1,836,550 


1,015 


12,575 


1.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,020,365 


37,534 


550,950 


9,722 


37 


1,193 


1.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


50,283 


593 


2.752,560 


44.366 


74 


3,100 


1.61 











_ 


94,570 


1,180 


366,127,821 


4,945,560 


3,977 


7,773 


1.35 


102,876,520 


939,388 


3 


0.91 


7,292,271 


94,343 


1.599,120 


32,382 


70 


1,851 


2.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


111.330 


1,526 


25.070,159.892 


334,521,451 


214,088 


9.884 


1.33 


7,988,332.223 


77,442.651 


% 


0.97 


507,749,701 


6,741,395 



168 



Index 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



A.M.E.U. 


- Association of Munic 


pal 


M.E.U. 


Municipal Electrical Utilities 




Electrical Utilities 




min 


- minimum 


C.L.C. 


- Canadian Labour Congress 




- minute (20-min) 


EHV 


- extra-high-voltage 




MW 


- megawatt 


GS 


- Generating Station 




N.P.D. 


- Nuclear Power Demonstration 


hp 


- horsepower 




O.M.E.A. 


- Ontario Municipal Electric 


kV 


- kilovolt(s) 






Association 


kVA 


- kilovolt-ampere(s) 




TS 


- Transformer Station 


kWh 


- kilowatt-hour(s) 




Twp 


- Township 



INDEX 

In the index, all page references to tables or graphs are in italic type. No references are given for the 
alphabetically arranged listings of municipalities either in Ontario Hydro's financial statements or in 
Statements A, B, and C. 



Abitibi Canyon GS 42 

—Paper Co. Ltd 43 

— River 7 

Accident prevention 38 

— frequency rate 38 

— severity rate 38 

Accidents, fatal, number of 38 

Accounting policies 19 

— procedures, uniform for M.E.U 95 

Acoustic emission monitoring 35 

Adjustments to cost, annual 13, 73 

Administration expense 10 

Advertising program 4, 26 

AECL 

see Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 

Agreements with Manitoba Hydro 5 

Aguasabon GS 42 

Air-blast circuit-breakers 32 

Airborne radioiodine 38 

Alexander GS 42 

Algoma Area 88 

Alliston Area 86 

Amortization of frequency 

standardization cost 13, 16,73 

Annual summary 2, 3 

Arbritration Board report 35 

Area offices, number of 82 

Arnprior Area 86 

— GS 30 

Assets of Ontario Hydro 

see also Financial Statements 2,3 

—fixed, of the M.E.U 91, 96-145 

—total of the M.E.U 92, 96-145 

Assistance for rural construction 15 

Association of Municipal Electrical 

Utilities 6 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 4, 11, 43 

Aubrey Falls GS 42 

Audit of M.E.U. accounts 95 

Average consumption per customer 

see Energy sales 
— number of employees 2, 3, 37 



B 



Balance sheet, Ontario Hydro 14,15 

— sheets, municipal 96-145 

Bancroft Area 86 

Bargaining, collective 35, 36 

Barrett Chute GS 42 

Barrie Area 86 

Beachville Area 85 

Beamsville Area 85 

Beck, Sir Adam, -Niagara No. 1 GS 42 

— Sir Adam, -Niagara No. 2 GS 42 

Pumping-Generating Station 42 

Benefits, employee 40 

Board of Directors 1, 5 

composition 1, 5 

Bonds, increase in 18 

— issued by Ontario Hydro 10 

see also Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

— payable 21 

— retired 10 

Books of account of M.E.U 95 

Borrowings 4 

Bowmanville 4 

Bracebridge Area 86 

Brampton Area 85 

Brantford Area 85 

British Columbia Hydro 34 

Brockville Area 86 

Bruce GS 28, 30, 34, 35 

—Heavy Water Plant 4, 5, 10, 11, 31, 38 

Brush control 9 



C 

Cameron Falls GS 33, 42 

Canadian currency bonds 11 

— Niagara Power Company 43 

— Union of Operating Engineers 36 

— Union of Public Employees 5, 35, 36 

CANDU nuclear generating concept 3 



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Capacity, dependable, of hydraulic resources. . 42 

— dependable peak 2, 3 

defined 43 

sources of purchased power 43 

— installed 43 

— of combustion-turbines installed 43 

— of Ontario Hydro resources 42-45 

— total system 2, 3 

Capital construction program 30, 31 

— expenditures 10, 31 

— investment 

see Financial Statements 

— investment of the M.E.U 96-145 

Caribou Falls GS 42 

Cascade water-heating service 28 

Cayuga Area 85 

Central Line Maintenance Crew 9 

—Region 85,88 

— Stores Warehouse 33 

— System Maintenance Centre 8, 29 

Chats Falls GS 42 

Chenaux GS 42 

Classes of rural service defined 82, 83 

Clinton Area 85 

Coal consumption 8 

Cobden Area 86 

Cobourg Area 86 

Collective agreements 36 

Combustion-turbine units 43 

Commission 1,5 

Commissioners 5 

Communications 50 

Compulsory arbitration 5 

Computer design of transmission lines 35 

Conductor galloping 34 

Conference and Development Centre 37 

Conferences 37 

Conservation 4 

Construction program 28,29 

Consultant 34 

Consultants engaged 34 

Contracts with Quebec suppliers 5 

Corridors, transmission-line 34 

Cost allocated to customers 13,73 

— contract municipalities 2 

— estimating processes for construction 35 

— of fixed assets in service 10 

—of fuel 13 

— of operation 13 

— of power supplied to M.E.U. defined 2 

— of primary power 13, 73 

adjustments, annual 13,73 

statement of 54-73 

— of providing service 13,73 

— of purchased power 10, 7 J 

see also Financial Statements 
cost 

— of service defined 2, 73 

—Ontario Hydro 73 

Costing load of the municipalities 54-73 

Costs 

administration 10 

of Ontario Hydro 13 

of operation and maintenance 10 

Courses 37 

training 37 

CUPE see Canadian Union of Public 
Employees 

Current assets 10 

Customers 

direct 1, 10, 25 



farm 85-89 

retail 1, 10, 25 

number of 25 

direct 25 

farm 85-88 

municipal 96,97 

retail 25 

rural 80, 85-88 

served by M.E.U 25,97 

served in urban communities 25 

ultimate served 2,3,25 



DACS see Data acquisition and computer 

system 

Data acquisition and computer system 33 

Debt from borrowings 15 

— debenture, M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities, 
debt 
— long-term of Ontario Hydro 

see Financial Statements 
liabilities 
—of the M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
debt 

— payable in U.S. funds 23 

—retirement 2, 10, 13, 15, 16, 18 

DeCew Falls GS 5, 42 

Demand charge 147 

— primary energy 6 

— primary peak 5 

Dependable peak capacity 2, 3, 6 

of East System 45 

of West System 45 

Depreciation accumulated 10 

M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities 

Ontario Hydro 

see Financial statements 

— expense 13 

— provision for 13, 14, 18 

Description of main classes of retail service 82, 83 

Des Joachims GS 42 

Detroit Edison Company 32, 43 

Deutschmarks, bonds in 21,23 

— borrowing in 10 

Diesel-electric generation 43 

Direct customers 

see Customers, direct 
Distribution facilities, Ontario 

Hydro-owned 11, 50 

Diversity, power 42 

— stream flows 9 

Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station 7, 32 

Dow Chemical 43 

Dryden Area 87 

Dundas Area 85 

Dust 38 



East Elgin Area 85 

—System 9, 31 

Eastern Region IS, 86, 88 

Electric heating 27, 28 

Electrical Power Systems Construction 

Association 36 

—Safety Code 26 



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Electricity sales 

see Sales, electricity 

Employee benefits 40 

— relations 40 

Employees, number of 2,3 

Energy charge 73 

— crisis 2, 3 

— delivered by Ontario Hydro to M.E.U 47 

— deliveries from Manitoba 8, 43 

— deliveries from Quebec 8, 43 

— generated and purchased 2, 3,6,43, 44 

— needs, future 30 

— primary, delivered to interconnected 

utilities 45,47 

— primary demands 6 

— primary supplied 2,3 

— produced 

by hydro-electric generating stations . . 42, 44 

by thermal-electric units 43,44 

for commercial load 43,44 

— purchased 43 

by M.E.U 46 

— requirements 45 

— sales 

average per customer 

farm service 89 

general service 89,94 

municipal service 94 

retail service 89 

primary 2, 3, 45 

to direct customers 47 

to municipalities 46 

to retail customers 47 

— secondary 2,3,45 

—supplied 2,3,45,46,47 

to direct industrial customers 45,47 

to interconnected systems 45, 47 

to M.E.U 45,46 

to retail customers 45,47 

Environment 31 

Environmental effects of thermal-electric 

operations 35 

— problems 35 

— programs 9, 10 

— studies 35 

Environmentalists 5 

Equipment purchased 10 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement 

appropriations and interest. . . 11, 15, 96-145 
Equity of M.E.U. in Ontario Hydro system. 16, 92 

Essa TS 33 

Essex Area 85 

Evaluation of the Pension Fund 39 

Expenditures on fixed assets 2,3,31 

see also Financial Statements 
assets, fixed 
Expense of the M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
expense 
Export of power 7 

F 

Farm customers 

see Customers 
— service 47 

defined 82 

— wiring 28 

Fatal accidents in 1973 40 

Fenelon Falls Area 86 

Finance 10 



Financial features 2 

— operations of M.E.U 96-145 

Financial Statements — 

assets 14 

assets, fixed 14,50,51 

assistance, provincial 75 

balance sheet 14 

bonds payable 15 

changes in basis of presentation 18 

— in financial position 18 

cost of power 13, 54-73 

— of providing service 13,54-73 

depreciation 13, 14, 18,52 

equities 15, 16 

frequency standardization . ... 13, 16, 18, 53 
funded debt, see bonds payable 

liabilities 15 

net income 13 

operations, financial, statement of 13 

pension and insurance fund 39 

reserve appropriation 13 

revenue 13 

sinking fund equity 15 

appropriation 13 

stabilization of rates 13, 16, 17 

Fixed assets, investment in, M.E.U 96-145 

fly-ash-concrete technology 35 

Forecasts of material requirements 35 

Fort Albany 25 

— Frances Area 87 

Frankford Area 86 

Frequency rate of disabling injuries 38, 40 

— rate of motor- vehicle accidents 40 

— standardization 

see Financial Statements, 

frequency standardization 

Freshet 7 

Fuel consumption 8 

— fossil reserves 4 

— requirements 10 



Gas, natural, consumption of 8 

General rate 148-167 

number of utilities using 91 

revenue of M.E.U 94, 96-145 

—service 89,94, 96-145, 148-167 

customers, number of 91 

M.E.U 93 

retail 89 

Generating capacity added 44,45 

— stations 

see also individual listings 
see also Financial Statements, 
assets 

Generation development 30, 31 

Georgetown 34 

Georgian Bay Region 86, 88 

Geraldton Area 87 

Government of Canada 40 

—of Ontario 40 

Great Lakes Power Corporation 43 

Ground cover planting 9 

Growth in requirements 6, 30 

Guelph Area 85 

Guidelines to Farm Wiring 28 



H 



Harmon GS 42 



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Hazards, industrial 38 

Head Office building 33 

Health 38 

Physics staff. 38 

Hearn, Richard L„ GS 43 

Heavy water supply 6 

High-voltage switchgear 32 

— transmission lines 34 

Holden, Otto, GS 42 

Hotel and Restaurant Employees' and 

Bartenders' International Union 36 

Howlett, Bruce 34 

Huntsville Area 86 

Hydro-electric energy generated 42, 44 

— generating facilities 42 

— production 5,42, 44 

— resources 42 

Hydro-Quebec Power Commission 5, 43 



Income, net, of M.E.U. 

see also Municipal electric utilities 
revenue 

Increase in bonds payable 18 

— in borrowings 18 

— in demands 10 

— in generating capacity 26, 44 

— in miles of rural line 84 

— in peak capacity 6 

— in power requirements during 1973 44, 45 

— in rates 4 

— in revenue from rate changes 93 

— in revenues, M.E.U 93 

Industrial customers, 

see Customers, direct 

— hazards 38 

— power service 46, 47 

Inflation 9 

Inflationary pressures 4 

Injury frequency rate 38 

— severity rate 38 

Insurance fund 39 

Interchange of power 19 

Interconnected utilities 32,45, 47 

Interest expense 10 

Interim billing 54-73 

— rates to municipalities 54-73 

International Brotherhood of 

Electrical Workers 36 

— Union of Brewery, Flour, Cereal, Soft 

Drink and Distillery Workers 36 

Interruptible load 45 

Investment of M.E.U. in fixed assets 96-145 

see also Municipal electrical utilities, 
assets 
Investments 21 



J 



J. Clark Keith GS 

see Keith, J. Clark, GS 



Kapuskasing Area 87 

Keith, J. Clark, GS 33,43 

Kenora Area 87 

Kent Area 85 

Kingston Area 86 

Kipling GS 42 



Kirkland Lake Area 87 

Kleinburg outdoor test station 35 

— TS 33 

L 

Labour relations 35, 36 

— Relations Board 36 

Lakeview GS 30, 32, 43 

Lambton Area 85 

— GS 30, 32, 33, 43 

Landscape improvement 9 

Legislature of the Province 1 

Lennox GS 29, 30, 32, 34 

Liabilities, long-term 

see Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

Lightning protection 35 

Listowel Area 85 

Little Long GS 42 

Live-line maintenance 8 

Load cut under interruptible contracts 45 

London 34 

Long-term debt 

see Financial Statements 

of M.E.U 96-145 

Lower Notch GS 42 

M 

Madawaska River 30 

Maintenance 9 

expense 10 

training 9 

Management identification and 

development program 37 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric System 31, 43 

Manitou Falls GS 42 

Manitoulin Area 87 

Margin of net income of M.E.U 93 

— of reserve capacity 44,45 

Marketing 4, 26 

Markham Area 85 

Material supply system 35 

Materials purchased 9 

Matheson Area 87 

Mattawa 88 

Medallion standard 27 

Metropolitan Toronto and Region 

Conservation Authority 29 

— Toronto School Boards 28 

Michigan 32 

utilities 6 

Middle East 3 

Middleport TS 34 

Minden Area 86 

Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario 9 

Miscellaneous revenue of M.E.U 93 

Moosonee 25 

Motor vehicle accident rate 40 

Mountain Chute GS 42 

Municipal distribution systems 96-145 

— electrical service supplement 91-167 

—electrical utilities 37, 96-167 

accounts 96-145 

assets, fixed, at cost 96-145 

commercial service 147 

cost, average per kWh 94, 148-165 

— of power 54-73 

customers served 2, 3 

debt 96-145 



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depreciation 96-145 

energy consumption 46 

— supplied 54-73 

equity in Ontario Hydro systems .... 96-145 

expense 96-145 

financial operations 96-145 

general service 91, 93, 94, 96-167 

income, see revenue 

industrial service 147 

net income 96-145 

number of 97 

power supplied 54-73, 148-167 

rates, interim 54-73 

residential service 94, 148-167 

revenue 93, 96-145 

— systems, number of 25,97 

— systems, owned and operated by 

Ontario Hydro 88 

Municipalities 25, 96-145 

N 

Nanticoke GS 29, 30, 32, 34, 43 

National Energy Board 3, 9 

Negotiations with unions 36, 37 

Net revenue of M.E.U 96-145 

New Liskeard Area 87 

Newmarket Area 85 

New York utilities 9 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation 43 

—Region 85,88 

—River 9 

Nipigon 33 

— River 7 

Noise 38 

North Bay Area 87 

Northeastern Region 33, 87, 88 

Northwestern Region 87,88 

Nuclear agreement 20 

— capacity in construction program 30 

—fuel 8 

sheaths 35 

— personnel 37 

— Power Demonstration GS 8, 43 

— program 4 

Nuclear-electric production 7 

— stations 38 

— units 8 

Number of employees, average in year 2, 3 

— of retail customers served 25, 85-88 

— of rural customers served 25 

— of ultimate customers served 25 



Office and Professional Employees 

International Union 36 

Oil, fuel, consumption of. 8 

— handling system 9 

O.M.E.A. see Ontario Municipal 

Electric Association 

Ontario Electrical League 27 

— Energy Board 4 

— Government 40 

— Hydro distribution facilities 11, 50 

— Hydro Employees' Union 40 

— Ministry of Agriculture and Food 28 

— Ministry of Labour 36 

— Ministry of Natural Resources 9 

— Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company 43 

— Municipal Electric Association 6 



—Power GS 42 

Open planning 31, 34 

Operation expense 10 

Operations 36 

— research 35 

— statement of, municipal 96-145 

see also Municipal electrical 

utilities, financial operations 
— statement of, Ontario Hydro 13 

see also Financial Statements, 
operations 

Optimum levels of fossil-fuel reserves 35 

Orangeville 37 

Area 86 

Orders, unfilled, value of 10 

Orillia Area 86 

Oshawa Area TS 34 

Ottawa River 9 

Otter Rapids GS 42 

Output of hydro-electric stations 42 

Owen Sound Area 86 

P 

Parry Sound Area 86 

— Sound TS 33 

PASNY see Power Authority of the 

State of New York 

Peak demand 6 

Penetanguishene Area 86 

Pension and Insurance Fund 39 

— and Insurance Plan 19 

Pensioners 40 

Perth Area 86 

Peterborough Area 86 

PickeringGS 3, 6, 29, 32, 38, 43 

Picton Area 86 

Pine Portage GS 42 

Power Authority of the State of 

New York 43 

— Commission Act 1, 18 

— Corporation Act 1, 2, 18 

— development program 30,31 

—District 82 

— primary 6 

— produced for General Service 46,47 

—purchased 43,44,45 

— requirements 2,3,44,45, 

— resources 2, 3, 42, 43, 44, 45 

Pozzolan 35 

Professional staff 37 

Program of capital construction 28-34 

Progress on power developments 28-30 

Provincial Government 25, 31, 34 

Provision for depreciation 18, 53 

— for reserve for stabilization of 

rates and contingencies 13, 16, 17 

Public electrical safety 38 

— participation programs 5 

Pulp and paper industry 25 

Purchased energy 1,44, 45 



Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission 5, 43 

R 

Radiation dose 38 

Rate stabilization reserve 13, 15, 16, 17, 73 

Rates, interim 54-73 



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Rayner, George W., GS 42 

Rebates to municipalities 54-73 

Red Rock Falls GS . . . 42 

Refunds to municipalities 
see Rebates 

Regular employees 37 

Regulatory authorities 5 

— powers 1, 95 

Relocation of Welland Canal 7 

Reprisals 36 

Requirements, energy 45 

— of direct customers 45 

— power 2, 3, 44, 45 

— primary energy 45 

Research activities 34 

Reserve capacity 44, 45 

— for frequency standardization 11 

— for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 11, 13, 16, 17 

see also Financial Statements, 
reserve provision 

Reserves of fossil fuels 4 

— of power 44, 45 

Residential electric heat pump 27 

— service 46, 47 

municipal systems 93,94, 148-167 

retail 85-89 

revenue of M.E.U 93 

Resources 2, 3,6,42, 43, 44, 45 

see also Capacity, dependable peak 

hydro-electric 42 

thermal-electric 43 

Retail customers of Ontario Hydro, 

number of 25,88 

— customers of M.E.U 25 

— distribution facilities 50 

— distribution of electricity 94 

— rates 2 

— service 1 

by M.E.U 148-167 

by Ontario Hydro 24,82,84,94 

Revenue of Ontario Hydro 2, 3, 10, 13 

from direct customers 13,73 

from export of secondary energy 53 

from M.E.U 13,73 

from retail customers 73,89 

from rural customers 89 

from sales of power and energy 13 

from sales to interconnected systems .... 10 

—of M.E.U 96-145 

—per kWh 

municipal 94 

retail 89 

Revised Statutes of Ontario 1 

Richard L. Hearn GS 

see Hearn, Richard L., GS 

Richview System Control Centre 33 

Rights of way - 9, 34 

Rural assistance 15 

— customers, number of 84, 85-88 

— distribution facilities 85-88 

—electrical service 84, 85-88 

— energy consumption 46,47 

— general service, defined 83 

— residential service 89 

defined 83 

— residential intermittent-occupancy 

service defined 83 

S 
Safety 38 



training 38 

St. Lawrence River 9 

Sales, electricity 

municipal 94 

retail 89 

— of energy 13,46,47 

— of secondary energy 3, 13, 47, 53 

Saunders, Robert H., St. Lawrence GS 42 

Savant Lake 25 

Secondary energy 44,45,46, 47, 53 

revenue 13, 53 

Security 40 

Seminars 37 

Service Centre 10, 33 

Severity rate of disabling injuries 38 

Shortage of heavy water 8 

Silver Falls GS 42 

Simcoe Area 85 

Sinking fund of M.E.U 96-145 

— fund of Ontario Hydro 16 

see also Financial Statements, 
sinking fund 

— fund provision 13, 16 

Society of Ontario Hydro Professional 

Engineers and Associates 5, 40 

SOHPEA, see Society of Ontario Hydro 

Professional Engineers and Associates 

Solandt Commission 34 

Space heating for industry 28 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 

reserve 13,16,17,18,73 

Staff selection procedures 37 

— statistics 2,3,31 

Staggered work hours 40 

Standard accounting system of M.E.U 95 

Stayner Area 86 

Stewartville GS 42 

Stoney Creek Area 85 

Storage conditions 9 

Strathroy Area 85 

Stream-flow conditions 9 

— variations 9 

Street lighting revenue of M.E.U 93 

Stress-corrosion cracking 35 

Strike, Ontario Hydro Employees' Union 36 

Strikes, M.E.U 37 

Sudbury Area 87 

Sulphur hexafluoride gas 32 

Supply 10 

Swiss currency bonds 23 

System expansion charge 4 

— maintenance 9 

personnel 37 

— planning 30 

T 

The Wise Use of Electricity 27 

Thermal-electric additional capacity 

planned 30 

— energy generated 43,44,45 

— generating stations 43 

— production 7 

— resources 43 

Thunder Bay Area 87 

— BayGS 31,43 

Timmins Area 87 

Toronto 28, 29 

Central TS 32 

Power GS 42 

Toxic gas inhalation 38 



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Training 37 

Transformer stations 32, 50, 51 

Transmission lines 33, 34, 50, 51 

miles in service 2, 3, 48 

underground 34 

Transport and Work Equipment 

Administration Building 33 

Tweed Area 86 

U 

Ultimate customers served 25 

Uniform system of accounts for M.E.U 95 

United States 3, 5 

currency bonds 23 

University of Guelph 10 

Uranium consumption 8 

V 

Vankleek Hill Area 86 

Variations in stream flows 9 

— in wage adjustments 36 



W 



Walkerton Area 86 

Warehouse under construction 10 

Warren Area 87 

Welland Area 85 

—Canal 7 

Wells GS 42 

Wesleyville GS 4 

West German currency, bonds in 23 

—System 7, 9, 31, 42, 43, 45 

Western Region 85,88 

Whitedog Falls GS 42 

Winchester Area 86 

Withdrawals from reserve for stabilization 

of rates and contingencies 73 

Work in confined spaces 38 



Year-round residential service 83, 89 



ONT ONTARIO HYDRO 

HYDRO STATISTICAL YEARBOOK,